Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04084
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which could cost as much as :

Leaning Toward $100,000, Superintendent :
''"''''.. Richard Jockel told the school j
board Monday night .
"Everybody in the state's in !J.i I

His the same boat," Jockel said
Line-Un explaining that the state has J

-- .I set up new guidelines for "
placing students in gifted,
When newly-elected Tom Bradford High School, P.T.
speech, learning disabilityand
Casey takes over the school Nolin (now retired) was mentally retarded Ii,
superintendent's office purchasing agent, and Mrs. The change has :
Sn 11(11 GreetsNllrwerySehnotStudeut4; *, At Library January 4, the traditional Lucille Payne was curriculum programs.had the effect of greatly
administrative shuffle which coordinator.
decreasing numbers of
Why are these people smiling/ We don't think there's anyone that can't Smith Danika Hlcharlholl11IU'e Ferguson Gary; Don Brewer Link Bishop accompanies each change of In 1972, there was no students in these programsand It
; answer that question just look at the company they're keeping. Santa and Davit Rider. All are students at St. .Mark's ('hlhll'arill/t/ Center, except for leadership is expected to take business manager, a positionnow placing them in regular II
dropped in for a visit and mo\le at the Bradford County IibraryIollda; )', and Danielle. She I Is Library Director Ian Smith's daughter, and doubtless had no place, this one recreating held by Eddie Douglas, classes, where the FTE countis
t also managed to take a few Christmas orders.'he children are (11 I to Allison) Idea Dad had thalkiml of pull with such high-ranking\ officials. things pretty much as they nor a director of operations, a not as heavily weighted per
Farnsworth, Freeman Register Ion Santa's lap), Vince Robinson, Danielle were in 1972 during Casey'slast post now held by Lennard student as it is in special ..
term. Register. There is no
.___. n____ _. -- has declined indication that will not education classes.
Casey Casey
FTE, which stands for full-
comment far who will retain these two
so on positions j
time equivalency, is a system
occupy which position in the created under Supt. Jim
of state based
funding on
top school administrativeposts Temple. number of students, how often
t Nurse Threatens saying he will Clark is presently principalof they attend school, and what
s Shortage announce that next week. But Hampton Elementary. programs they are in. School I
the bet among the top Francis is currently in the administrators make an FTE
administrators office curriculum
themselves, county as estimation each January
Telegraph has been told by coordinator. Mrs. Payne is based on current and
several sources, is that the principal of Southside
anticipated enrollment and
; more Casey thinks things over Elementary. then follow-up! with an actual
Patient Care At Hospital and the closer he gets to Casey lost the super- head count each October t

actually beginning his third intendency to Temple in The problem this year I
... term, the more he thinks of his 1972 by 55 voles. Temple Jockel said, is that the
1972 alignment. served two years, then
..._ "We are rainina }badly; to the nurses work too much they negotiate a contract "to get Rosie Punztileii had been iiu.,,tln,," '"of' the "board': ..*. In "ivr72, Connie Clark was resigned in mid-term to October considerably: count barb\""',was"'the .\
give good"patienT'care," will leave," Sundusadee better service." hired as laboratory Trustees were pleased with Casey's assistant accept a regional directorship January estimation, due to the
Bradford County trusteeswere said. He told the board you In other action, the boardapprovl.'Il supervisor. the new policy of a joint superintendent, Richard in the federal Title 1 Reading standards' being changed last
told at their monthly cannot get nurses to work here The l December ml'etinas meeting allowing trustees a Jockel was principal of the Program. Jockel, then summer.
meeting by Director of Nurses unless you reduce the numberof steel purchase and aluminum of a stainless 50 the first time member of the better understanding of the middle school, Charles curriculum coordinator under Jockel said the count in 'two l
Mike Oswalt. beds in the hospital. Dr. medical staff had iittemli-d a problems of the hospital.by Francis was principal of (See Page III) mentally retarded
cubic freezer for $1,550, programswas !
Sundusadee approved -
asked the boardto
The recently hired Oswalt
down and
payment of $-4.15 to 79.9 15.12 lull-
told trustees "make a decision us soon as
"patients are
time equivalencies, as a resultof
Moore, May and Harrington
going tosuffer if we don't have you can. manuf these students
Nurses must The hospital is currently Architects for completion of Warren Hits One-Man Decisions
I nurses. some- work connected with the being enrolled; in regular
times work 16 hours a day to operating short of three public works grant classes. The count in speech .
cover the hospital adequately, registered nurses, three application was down 12 20, and that in I
trustees were told. practical nurses and when F.dmondson told the board learning disabilities down 42.
meeting of the financial current resignations becomeeffective they should be notified before But the: big crunch was in
committee was set for the hospital will be Scliaefer Demands Gets
7pm. the
Christmas if the grant application Apologyscale gifted program w hich was
December 21 to study the short an operating room has been approved or down aa.SB. Jockel said. He
financial I outlook of the supervisor and two operatingroom said administrators had

hospital in to nurse's provide salaries for an for Increue Oswalt technicians.said that will leave not"I still feel we have an Angered over a letter from the entire council." which which the council had '\\erage target for next year's anticipated a big gifted a
the with excellent chance of being in city commissioner Joe Warren said is a violation of previously authorized. grant is I73.000-$2K'K)0.() ) ( ) ) he program this year, but the .
recruitment ammunition. operating room a
nurse's aide and the top counties, with R.8 Warren to city department the Sunshine Act, which Warren said Schaefer had added, adding that revised standards require a
a practicalnurse
t "Salary is the basic and himself Oswalt percent unemployment." heads charging possible requires council business to be Instructed the work be approximately one in three of higher test score and fewer
r r problem," said Dr Kiert said he was not trained as an The grant provides for council Sunshine; Law conducted in public session by stopped without consulting the such grant applications have students have been placed in
Sumlusadce. chief of staff for $779.0110 for additions and violations, Mayor Charles at least two members. council. been approved in the past.A t. the program than planned tl
operating room
Is the hospital. "I am afraid ifSaturday. nurse. other improvements to the Schaefer told Warren !Monday The letter also said that "What really hurt me "We're re-testing fast and
"It is not considered good hospital. night he was relieving him of department heads ought to personally was that I sat right second public hearing on furiously." Jockel said, "and
technique to take floor nurses Edmondson said an inspection his committee chairmanships know the difference between here and inquired as to the possible grants will be held we've already met with the
:W iJoam G1rirt; that are contaminated and put set for January by the until he apologized to the matters that can be decidedby progress being made on that Tuesday.! I Dec 28 at 7 p m. principals to see what can be

: them in the operating room," state licensing board will council."I committee chairmen and work,and I never could get an In other business, the done about upping the count. l
: ; ,i Operating) Room Supervisor delete building deficienciesthat don't care if he those that need to be taken up answer. And all that time one council: It won't be this bleak at the
.;.. .. Sherry Phillips told trustees. have possibility of being apologues to me. I just think by the entire council, and that man had stopped it. When one Agreed to hire two end of the year, although you
: :' corrected with the approval of he owes! the council an the situation could not exist man can change what the employees to b'gmork on will be down." L
,VI) '::: "It takes special training to the public works grant. apology" Schaefer said. without their cooperation. council has done, that's not laying! lateral sewer lines on Jockel said the count is l l11I8
Ai K: be an operating room nurse, to Kdmondson also told the The letter, dated Dee 8, told The flap arose over government. Warren said. the Old Law ley Road in the fill short at the moment t
,i n Y r the pressures from the board that supervisor of (department heads that preliminary work being doneto Reno and Dalewood sectionsof which means about $10:1.111111:
doctor and the "But if I offended
supervisor housekeeping Barbara "decisions are being made byline install gas lines in the any town. but that it probably wouldn'tbe ,
the pressure of the surgery Daniels had resigned and man that should l he mack rigor Road area of the city member of the "council I -Asked city attorney George that high by the end of the I .
Dr. Sundusadee said. apologize to Warren
, 1 you Pierce to check into the year. He said he hoped the
In comparison with other added. desirability of the city's figure, can be whittled to ,
Dee 25 hospitals in the area, Dr. Committee Raise "Okay, Warren is back on" instituting an affirmative around SHO.ooo.\ \
Sundusadee said Bradford Okays Pay Schaefer the streets told Clerk committee!Merrill action plan. Such a plan "Also, all the other school) i
has the lowest pay, starting atM provides for equal systems in the !state arehaving
MERRY CHRISTMASI! 16 per hour. Union General; Edwards employment opportunitiesand "' the same problem." he
Hospital in Lake Butler has "The intent of that letter equal pay, promotion said. "This means the state
Monday, Dec. 27 the highest starting salary of was only to get business opportunity and work will have more money to
To Recruit More DCHNurses
before this council that oughtto
$3 per hour. conditions for employees, aswell allocate, and they'll probably
Bradford F&AM Lodge 35 Oswalt said five nurses have be before the council, as an aggressive effort to re-evaulate the FTE." This ;,
Installation of Officers quit in recent months with Recognizing the urgency for at the next regular Edmondson said based on Warren said.Schaefer hire minorities would allot more money for
Covered Dish Dinner "pay one of the big reasons." hiring additional I nurses for meeting./ the total of 416 hours that are said that since each FTE reported.The .
e:30p.m.Installation Prospective nurses "back Bradford County Hospital, Ill D. Kdmondson; hospital needed to cover a week with Warren had apologized, his -Dismissed the possibility ofa county's regular
7:30p.m. out" when they learn of the three trustees gave the go administrator, read the each person working 40 hours committee chairmanshipswould pay raise for Street kindergarten through twelfth
pay scale. Oswalt said. ahead Tuesday to use a new proposed) pay scale that had per week the bare minimumis be returned to him. Department employee Ray grade program all were underestimated r It
Trustees and hospital pay scale to recruit needed been worked out with directorof 10 RN's and LPN's The council also held the laborer, who was hiredon ,Jockel said. The K-
administrator lt.D. Ed-; nurses until it is formally nurses :Mike Oswalt. combined. Oswalt said he has first of two public hearings on as a operatesmachinery 3 count was 52.72 over the
and asked
Raiford FAAM Lodge 82 mondson agreed somethingmust approved by the full board at The current starting salaryof now three RN's, not including possible discretionary block the now for estimate, the 4.9 count was
Installation of Officers be done to work out some the next regular session. $4 16 per hour (fur beginning himself, and in January will grant pre-applications by the appropriate title and pay.A 26.40 over and the 10-12( count
8p.m.Tuesday kind of recruitment, then Board chairman Bill Dodd H='I'sould be upped nine leave one less. During the city. check by city clerk !Merrill was 5 80 over. k
when nurses are on the job to said in addition to the new pay cents to$4 25 with an increaseto meeting he was advised that City engineer Don Ruckman Edwards: showed Nettles to be The school system has just
Dec. 28 provide merit increases and scale they must have some $1.40 after three months and one of the nurses was in an told the board applications for earning $161 per week, whichis finished paying off $168,000 as
fringe benefits to make them a "incentive to keep them." 4.50\ after nine months. After accident possibly making one all grants, which are awarded a machine operator'ssalary a result of overestimating
Public Hearing satisfied employee. Board members present, !Mrs. one year service the salary less RN= available. Oswalt said through the federal Housing FTE counts in previous years
Grants A recently resigned nurse Inez Green and Charney will include the annual two ideally they should have two and Urban Development, had -Asked CommissionersHarold Last year, the estimate was
Block Commission from Bradford County Hospital Williams, said they would be percent increase already in UN's; per shift to have to be related to and supportiveof Epps and Vernon way under actual figures, and
City Room told the Telegraph she felt in agreement withimplementing effect adequate coverage. housing in the city He said Silcox to review the city's the board received some I
Meeting salary is only part of the the new pay For RN's= with experiencethe grants are awarded based on salary schedule, making sure $450.000 in excess of what the
7p.m. problem at the hospital. The starting salary will be the number of sub-standard that it is competitive with staff had estimated, resulting
situation/ of the nursing staff is Man ArrrxtnlOn I $4 40 per hour. An increase of "lnl1l1il1Iutt.: >rinl.. housing units, their relation to other employers in the area. in a large budget carryover.

"enough to make you cry." 15 cents per hour was the total number of housing M

Zoning Board When adequate help is not ll&: Count: proposed for differential pay On Display HereIn units, number of persons in
I 7:30p.m. available "errors could have for the 11-to-7 shift, which poverty, and their relation to To Be Coldest Winter In YearsWinter .

3 Petitions Due Hearing been made and possiblywere. Starke police report the currently receives an extra 15 cooperation with the the total number of persons In
arrest of Alson Charles cents as does the 3-to-lt shift. the cold
North Florida Regional poverty in the area. arrived officially at by unusually October .
Thursday, Dec. 30 Dr Sundusadee" also !Masters, 19, of StarUe, on The 3-11 salary would remain Planning Council and the 12:33: p m. Tuesday and and November.
Special Bradford School brought to the board for dis breaking and entering and the !same Starke Planning Council, the Kuckman cited several appeared well on the way to The Jacksonville weather
Board Meeting ForRecommendations cusslon the contract of grand larceny charges in The salary for an operatingroom Bradford County Public possibilities for grants, and following in the footsteps of bureau reported that f
On anesthetist Ron Douglas. His connection with the theft of 66 nurse would start at Is said that if a pre-application is the coldest autumn in North October's average monthly

Teacher Contract. $25,000( a year contract will cartons of cigarettes from the $4.65 per hour, up 13 cents displaying Library materials currently on the approved, a followup formal Florida in 105 years. temperature was 64.7 degrees,
Salary Increase expire !March 1 and Sun Daisy Service Station on from the old salary of $4.50, principles and of application is made. In Wednesday morning's low and November's was 54.3 _
dusadee asked for re North Temple Avenue.A with $4 80 at three months and urban planning. practices response to a question, he said reading in Starke was 23 both months setting new low
consideration of the amount of window was broken to $4 90 at t nine months and $3 per grants will fund the degrees just before dawn, records for the 105 years since
(iJ Jljr! (CnmmuhitgfttatrVonk time off that is allowed by the gain entry into the station hour after one year on the job. Pamphlets, brochures and establishment of a housing while Camp Blanding reported the bureau has been in oper
contract. Between 40 and 45 which was closed at the time Oswalt said the hospital is books on the topic are exhibited authority and administrationof a low of 21. County Agent ation.
t, days a year must be coveredby of theft. Station operators currently operating short and are available for grant money Bobby Taylor said there was Predictions are that the
.Accounts Now Insured someone else that the reported the theft to Starke three RN's: and three LPN's overnight loan. The materialswill !Most discretionary block some scattered, light frost, remainder of this winter will
by hospital must contact and pay police at 1 1:50: a m. !Monday sometimes necessitating 16 remain on display at the grants approved this year but little if any damage to the also he colder than average,
To $40,000 UPJ to provide that service. Sun- !Masters was arrested a short hour shifts to rover the" Bradford County Library have been in the $45,000-( county's strawberry crop ending a series of warmer
"edss'l Deposit Insurance dusadee asked the board to while later hospital.: through January II. $300,000 range Ruckman said. which was already retarded than usual winters



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The Woman's Little Club Women buildingwas Saturday Hold; night.Christmas Formal lace cloth Dec. 18 PT/Se / fflte Jf it0aclye
over ted linen and
holiday gaily theme decorated Club for the annual in LIUll'Women's the steeplechase The I stage band, white of Gamesville the- punch was centered bowl encircled with a silver with 9g 64.ide l WJ :

played during the mistletoe and holly. '
Christmas for mal last ironing, was strung with If only ,
diet slats which glittered Chaperones for the evening
Nancy Hamner horn the colored lights At one were Mis Robert Allen, Ji., Laine and Keith Jetstone Repeat Vows At Home Wedding IMr. ,
end of the stage was a tall :Mrs George Canova and Mi Beta Sigma Phi Joy ;
and Mis Neil Tuckei
James Akridge ihn-itmas lice decorated in '"" of honor. She red satin hostess. Misses Karron Green
: :: 1'r." : 'ri"' .1.ai wore a
blue and silver Fifty couples enjoyed the Chapter HoldsChristmas fi1' : ,
Janet Brannen presided
dress with neckline and
ToWedDec.29Nanty The i efi t'shineiU table in t the affair between the hours 8 and :'- off I! f F" ; scoop the bowl.
trimmed with white lace at punch
sum nom was coveted l with aIII 12. SocialXI .11 f } wedding
took a
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J lljiiiiu'i \ < '. front. She carried of to Disney World and
dutghterof :: a bouquet trip
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Mrs. VirgieOliui 1 of T.imp.iandJames.B 'I I'II Itl-sl1rs: Iota Delta and Gamma ,, red and white carnations with Central Florida.
Akndge\ son ol! The United Methodist Theta Chapters of Beta Sigma > '&;' red velvet streamers.A The bride is a 1975 graduateof
James K Akridge of starke Mis Clyde H Tl'n\IlIl'gar, Women recognized their ten Phi held their Christmas ?'. '. reception was also held at Bradford High School, a
will be united in marriage! ,h and :M'rs. Lex Green were college students with a buffet social Monday. December 13, ) the Yarborough home. junior at the University of
December 2111\) Tamp.iMr tin' winning: couple atI'uplu runnel Sunday at the Holiday at the home -of Mrs. Randall ."" Mrs.Eddie McLeod greetedthe Florida, and is employed at
Akridge!( t IS employ cd bridge 'Fuesdain'li' Inn Also Milton, '"', .a ... '" guests at the door and also Andrews Drug Store
ill' \ attending were Rev. '
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with the Budget! \ l'i-i i'uniml .., \' I 1'1'' aii"l Mis Jim :Mine. and Mis George Harper, Mi, After a short business \ ; ; -4.a=tJ '.,' kept-the-guest book Standing _The groom is-al97J-grad-\
in Jackson lilt- > i ,',,i wi-ie seioml and bully and Mis Olin White Ji, and meeting by each chapter. ;' yr ,. ;jf 11-:' in the receiving line were the uate of Bradford High School
\\111 'n'-i" nU' 1"1 i .mil Jell \Wicnshalli l Mi and Mis Diew Reddish, Mrs. Virginia Darby pre .y =" ". bride and groom, the bride's and is a Petty Officer with the
I ,' i i,11 third sented a very interesting parents, the groom's mother U,S. Navy as a hospital
program on Christmas. and grandmother, Mrs Carrie corpsman and will be discharged -
Refreshments were served, Edwards. in June 1977 after
gifts exchanged and Secret The bride's table was serving four years in service.
Get Him A Sisters revealed, covered with a green lace The couple will leave
Attending from XI Iota ..- \J' t cloth over white linen with red January I, 1977 Oceanside.\ .
e Delta: Mrs. Verl Best Mrs. ,., \ .\",- '.) bows at the four corners. At Calif. where the groom is
Ralph Bryan, Mrs Gene Cox, .. -- one end of the table was a stationed at Camp Pendleton.
WeedeaterFor Mrs. Billy Hodge, Mrs. Grady .11'-' three tiered wedding cake
Overstreet, Mrs. Arthur ..f.jj' topped by four pillars
Patray, Mrs C,W, Slade, Mrs. I centered over a fountain Mis Jessie Mae Sanford,
Christmas. Freddie Stephens and Mrs. .} holding holly and a love bird. Miss Lois Thomas and Ted B
. Wayne Wynn. Gamma Theta: The cake was encircled with Stilley of Jacksonville were
;1 Mrs Wayne Blankenship. S greenery. A crystal punch Saturday visitors of Mr and
Mrs. Robert Bowen Mrs. bowl was at the other end of Mis. RC BufoidMr. .
John Dukes Mrs Richard the table.
Little, Mrs. Randall Milton. Mrs. Ed Ripplinger cut the and Mrs Geny Gibsonof
Mrs Greg Morgan Mrs. Van cake assisted by Mrs. Mitch Meuitt.. Island will spend
/ ROTA SHEAR Sirmopoulos and Mrs. Danny Brannen and Mrs Eddie the long weekend with his
$5995 Waters. McLeod. Mrs. Joe Bakkenwas patents, Mr and Mrs, L.II
: director of the weddingand Gibson.
t--r 6995 Stern Pupils Have reception and floor

IJ 1 .iOR MODEL 260 $ 29' 95 Christmas piano students PartyThe of Louise ( : I *, The Auto ClinicGrand

ROTA SHEAR Stein enjoyed a recital and y. s Opening
Christmas party last !
Thursday evening at the homeof
Rosier's' Garden Center Has Kevin Mis. Linda Johns and son, fi Special

4 An Excellent Selection Of Live Christmas decorations Tune Up
highlighted the home and the
Christmas Trees And A Wide students exchanged gilts. '
: lL :\h s. Edith Hutcheson pouted 4Cyl. Cars 19"6Cyl.

Choice Of AllChristmas pupils punch assisted and motheis with the of the ie- Cars '24"8Cyl.Cars'29"

rr fieshments, Following the : and :Mrs Keith Trlstone
Plants recital, group singing Miss Joyce Joy Laine, sang.
accompanied by Paula Dee daughter of Elder and Mrs. The bride, given in .
Caitei, was enjoyed by <> M Yarborough and the late marriage by her brotherinlaw The Above Includes Valve Adj. Trimming

t a Come See l'\'el'one Bill Laine, and Keith M. Tet- Eddie McLeod wore a Adj Points Set Garb. Points Plugs
Pupils paiticipdtmg weie stone, son of Mrs. Mildred long white satin gown with
Shell i :Noiman\ Kevin Johns, Tetstone of Starke and Zenas Peter Pan collar long sleeves Condenser
Hosier'sGarden Len'issa Mosley. Julee Wise. Tetstone of Gainesville, were and insets of lace on the
Teiesa Giitfis, Peni Giusto united I in marriage bodice Her floor length lace Offer Expires Jan 15. 1977
Selma Cassels Maiy Lou veil a tram, was secured -
Decemeber 17 at 7 30 pm. at forming
Center Giusto j .Lisa Alvaiez I Lucietia the home of the brid 's with a bow headpiece.She W. Do Prer..flre Miinitnanei Fr'ln A.4 Do.ulle

Tanner Carlos lleinandez parents at 560 Weldon Street carried a bouquet of red Alto Fleet M.I......... Brikci TIM DM Oll.th.uls
L .-.., 301 S Walnut St. md Paula. Dee "aitei with Elder Yarborough performing and white carnations holly
964 61* Thuty five people attended.Rnnzuncii'iq the nuptials.The and red and white velvet Mrs 855 Days 435 Madison Ave

________ couple was married streamers and centered with Church SI
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before I an arch of red and her going away orchid corsage -I Auio I 'iJ '
white candles balanced by chi?J t>
baskets of red and white Kenneth Tetstone attendedhis m
gladioli and carnations brother as best man. Z V'
Stereo music was used and :Miss Cindy Tetstone sisterof I,
Mrs Vernon Reddish soloist the groom served as maid

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Rebecca McMillan Luncheon Honoree Christmas Tea Meld By Woman's Club December 15 f

Miss Rebecca McMillan, covered with embroidered The Woman's Club of Starke table had a crystal candle tainment with a melody of
.I whose marriage to James cloths and centered with was gayly decorated in the holder with a red Santa Claus Christmas music and Mr.
smaller of the candle and encircled with McRae sang a solo. Miss
Bacchus was an event of Dec. IZtieAv festive holiday theme for their
19, was honored at a brides- same flowers in low crystal annual Christmas tea on Wednesday poinsettia and holly. Cindy Canova was the
maid luncheon Saturday given containers. Bridal place cards afternoon, December The center of the stage had accompanist,
by Mrs. Franklin Ritch, Mrs. marked the seating an arrangement of poinsettias The hostess committee was
( Ervin Andrews and Mrs. arrangement. r 15.Mrs.. John Griffin greetedthe and on either end of the stage under the direction of Mrs.
Douglas Hardy at the home of Corsages were presented to & guests at the door and pre were Christmas J,D. Warren, chairman, with :
the honoree, her mother, Mrs. k arrangements. A five branch the following committee k
the latter of East Call Street. rr+$ sented them to the receivingline
;, The bride's luncheon table M.G. McMillan, the bride- t., composed of Mrs. V.J. silver candelabra with members also serving: Mrs.J .
where six guests were seated, groom's grandmother, Mrs. Spengler, president; Mrs. burning red Santa Claus .C Greene, Mrs. John
.. was covered with an Army- G.S. Wiggins, and the groom's d Bobby Autry, president of the candles was the decoration on Griffin, Mrs Donald Rardon,
mother, Mrs. Christine the Mrs. J.A. Griffin, Mrs. L.H. f
; Navy cloth with a gold runner Junior Woman's Club, and piano.
and centered by silver and Bacchus. Miss Ann Allen, president of The Bradford High School Jennings, Mrs. R.A. Green,
crystal epergne holding white, The hostesses also pre the Little Women Chorus, under the direction of Sr.. Mrs. II.M. Hatcher, Jr
gold and peach carnations, sented the honoree with a Inviting guests to the tea Billy McRae. provided enter. and Mrs. M,R, Judd.
Fuji mums and baby's breath. silver and crystal invitation table were Mrs. J.A. Griffin "
The other two tables were holder as a memento of the and Mrs. L.H. Jennings.The ,1 1O 1v
occasion. tea table was covered
with red cloth and centered
I S. G. Denmarks Host Store PartyMr. with an a arrangement of holly,

in pink camellias.The i r red berries, miniature
a garland A,7s"
.and Mis. S G. Denmark
balls and silver ;
buffet table In the popcorn ) !
were hosts at a Christmas dinner djningioom was coveted witha leaves and centered with
party Sunday night at lace and linen cloth and I'wI three large burning white
their home on North Walnut centered with a and candles. At one end of the
1 Street for the employees, hus- white Christmas green table hot Wassail was served
bands and wives of Denmark angement. 1"w + from a silver service and a silver -
Furniture. coffee service at the other
Highlighting the Christmas cTL end
decorations was a large decorated Dining tables were set up in Pouring were Mrs. Edward
Christmas tree in the the dimngioom and family Hall, Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, Mrs.
living loom The mantel held loom for the 14 attending. Guy Sale, Mrs J.A. Griffin,
Mrs.R. Russell Norman, Mrs.
tables at the Starke Woman's Club last Friday
Santa Claus walked among the gaily decorated C.H. Nasworthy and Mrs.
New Year's Eve Dance handing out candy and gifts,along with kisses for his lady admirers. R.A. Green, Sr. all past
presidents of the club.
Starke National Guard Armory Older Generation Greets Santa The individual tea tables
were covered with white, red
9 P.M. To 2 A.M. and green cloths and each 1
With Bright Smiles Twinkling Eyes

Music By Proving you're only as old- Starke Woman's Club. CUBB Agency provided Wendee Hall
as you feel, some 45 young-at- As he walked among the transportaation to and from
THE COUNTRY EDITION heart senior citizens greeted gaily decorated tables, the event. Celebrated7th
Santa Claus with the broad handing out presents to the Special entertainment
M 12 Per Couple AdmissionSnacks smiles and twinkling eyes of a senior citizens on hand, Santa included a short story
group of youngsters here last drew a hearty round of presentation by Mrs. Lester BirthdayWendee
And Set Ups Free Friday afternoon, during the laughter from his audience Crews of the Starke Woman'sClub
For Tickets Call 964.8182 2/T.ci+oi annual CUBB Homemakers with an occasional kiss for his entitled "A Christmas Kristen Hall i
Christmas party held at the lady admirers. Legend," and a special ren- celebrated her seventh birthday -
.' "I'm having a grand time," dition of a favorite Christmassong December 16 at Q
by Alice Searcy, with McDonald's Restauiant.
one elderly woman ex-
We Provide Our Pricing Method For Service claimed, accurately summingup piano accompaniment provided Twelve children enjoyed j
the feeling of others pre by Mrs. Mona Canova. hamburgers, French flies and
or, sent. Joe Kerrigan, advisory cokes during the party hours,
These Different Methods The group singing, refreshments chairman for the Bradford 5andG p.m. The children were
Pricing and Christmas story County Senior Citizens given a tour of McDonalds by
0a made for a scene to be re- organization, filled in for their hostess, Mis. Connie
peated innumerable times Santa in presenting gifts last Muse.
.. : over the current holiday Friday, and seemed to enjov Bingo was played and prizes t\
season, but many of those doing so. awarded to wmneisA .
UNIT pricing means that all standard services, facilities and present might well have McDonald birthday cake
missed it if not for the effortsof served. Each child
was le-
A merchandise (including casket) are grouped together and people like Peggy Barnett, ceived a McDonald uon-on

quoted as one unit. head of the CUBB agency BIRTHS patch, balloons and Christmas
Homemaker Program. candy favois.Outoftown.
The Homemakers Program, guests were
: FUNCTIONAL pricing means that the three major functions of which Mrs. Barnett Mi. and Mis Richard Mis. Dianne Sieg. aunt, and
for Bradford and McCullough of I Keystone Lauren and LeAnne ,
supervises Sieg
: the funeral firm are priced separately so that the family is Union Counties, seeks to assist Heights announce the birth of cousins, of Mandai'in.Mr .

: quoted a price for the function of providing facilities, the the elderly in maintainingtheir a daughter, Melissa Denise, --------------
own home, rather than born December 14 m Shand'sTeaching
: function of providing standard services and a separate spending their maturity in Hospital. and Mis. Doug Smith of
nursing homes, and also ------ Mi. and
Birmingham Ala.
price for the casket. assists them in combattingone :Mi. and Mis. Ronald Wood Mrs Donald Ti'awick and son, ...fne.rt.'s NO Ebenezer SC.t'o09l.. ahwiile
of the most prevalent of Dothan, Ala., !Mis.
announce the birth/ of a j "
problems of old age Esther Randies of Hallandale I ar* Motor's.
.. daughter, Christina Mane,
We Use Unit This Method Of
r Pricing Saves loneliness.
born December 12 in the and Mi. and Mis. B.J.
$ The Christmas party here Alachua General Hospital. Speigner of Dallas, Texas will PJustthe.. Smiling faces of Clyde,"r3y' nf\ Emi.,
200 Above Other Pricing Methods In Trade Area. last Friday, at the Woman'sClub Paternal grandparents ale be holiday guests of Col. and
was a portion effort to of assist theHomemakers' Mi and Mis. K.L. Wood of Mrs. J.R. Smith Anxious> give you a good dta\\ on a |

J. This Tells You Exactly What Your Cost Will Be the aged in maintaining their patents Lawtey are Maternal Mr. and Mis.giand O E. Mis Sarah Bal ton of I mall car "'orf"ORD.e \
I independence as well as Brewer of Lawtey. Atlanta is spending the
. providing the opportunity fora holidays with her daughter Stop by 1.r'willegar/ Motors roda( nd
THIS LEAVES NOTHING HIDDENOR social outing. Earlier this and family, Col. and MisH find stxxJifh&
year the Homemakers spon- ---- .M. Hate hei', JrMi Out # ; Sdvanfa" d';, or owning);

sored a picnic at Palestine Mr.and Mis Jerry Reddingof Granada MUSt D1n ra.f f
CREATES NO SURPRIZES Lake near Lake Butler for the Slaike announce the buthof '. and Mis J.D. Warren 91 > '
senior The citizens.Homemakers were a son. Justin Edward, bOl n visited Mr and Mis. Jeffrey Vou'll!I sfari: MavtE WMiM >
December 2 at St. Vincent'sHospital. Warren and son in BrpndonSatuiday.
assisted in providing the .
Paternal grandmother vvi
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Christmas party here last Fri is Ceceila Bedding I Iw
day by a number of civic .
Maternal grandparents are - -- - .oaf mom
and businesses.The I
groups area Mi. and Mis. Ralph J, Dai'ley
Starke Woman's Club, in f-I
HomePhone of Stal ke, The maternal greatgrandmother 1------------- ,
addition to providing a I
is Mis. MaggieA. ?
location for the event, served
Glisson of Staike.
For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office refreshments group and singing providedfor en ------ I 3Slrv"Tr I

tertainment.GIfts Mr. and Mis. Richard Alan -
Starke Keystone Heights presented to those Hyi'ne of Moncks Corner, S.C C! .
attending the party were announce the birth of a JEWELRY '
964-6200 473-3176 provided by Glovers Ceramic daughter, Whitney Erin, born IP
Shop of Lake Butler, the December 10 in Charleston, I II
women of the First United S.C. Maternal grandparents I .,r $ : :,
RENTAL Methodist Church of Lake are Mi. and Mis. James F. 109 E. Call -=- &. .'t
Hospital/ Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches Butler and the Woman's Club Putnam of Stai ke. !Mis. Hyi ne I
of Worthington Springs, is the former Vickie Putnam. I 964-5211 '4 '
Paternal grandparents are
:Mi and Mis! Claude W.
- -- - --- - --- ----- -- a -- .!. H>ine of Moncks Comer, S.C. I
---- >n : ------ II When Shopping For Your Jewelry And Such Check All Prices II

r S: tsnf: : ; BusY M------ 0 Miami Mrs Christie spent Saturday Gaiavito and of I Elsewhere Then Come Check With Us.

Julia's Sunday family, Di with and her Mis.!sister D.W and I Wi Will San You Dollars So You Can Buy That Extra Gift. I II

i "Special 'Florist y \\hiffen I Gem Jewelry Is Seiko And Elgin Headquarters I II II

I Look Around And Cheek Prices, Then Come To Gem Jewelry I I'

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I Obituaries; Closing Hours To VaryFriday "jrt{ ,

., rPERSONAl ;,
Last minute Christmas planning an open house for The Library will be closed I
S.C.Ilarley shoppers in Staike may be chamber' members this December 24. 25, 26,and 27 but
disappointed this Friday, a Thursday have legulal' hours December .. -
S,C "Dutch" Harley, age canvass of local businesses Public school students' 28, 29, 30, and New Years Eve. Mis Ailm McKnight and Eugene Rader and Mr and Mis Ella Moody, bins W,H. .
"68, of Route 2, Starke died show. unless they check up to Christmas holiday slatted They will be closed January 1, Mis Mary Whitehead of Lake Mrs. Kenneth Legg of Peoria, Hart, Mis Pearl Colson, Mis. I It
Wednesday in the Bradford be certain w hick stores will be Wednesday School will 2 and 3, Regular library hours Butler attended a reception Ill are guests for ten days of Edith Chiistiansen and Mis. i f
Hospital following a lingering, open late. tesume Monday, January 3 are Monday, 9 a.m to 8 p,m., Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs, L,C. Eai'lyMr Natalie Thointon visited Mis.C t rJ <,
Illness. In Staike the Western Auto for teachers and Tuesday Tuesday through Friday 9 Di and Mrs, RR Gillispie in ,W. Beasley in Gainesville on (.';, ...
He was born in Law ley, will close at noon on Fuday. Januaiy 4 for students, a.m. to 5 p,m., Saturdays 9 Orange Park honoring their and Mis. Biant Turner Sunday. ...' ,
October 21,1910. Parents were Chi istmas Eve Stumps and T The Stal ke City Hall will be am. to 2 p.m, debutante daughter, Susan. of Gainesville and Kay Turner J
the late Alonzo H and Abbie G&Y in Bradford Square will open until 5 p.m. this Fridaybut The local motor vehicle In- and Bob Johnson of Jackson- Mi and Mrs, Jimmy Rowe \
Biggs Harley :Mr Harley wasa begin!,( closing at 6 p m until all will be closed Monday spection station will be closed Mi and Mi's. Bob Williamsand ville are holiday guests of and family of Sanford will be
retired farmer and a customers have been taken The Bradford County both Friday and Monday. daughtei. Wendy of their mother Mrs Janet holiday guests of Mr and Mrs
member of the Grace United case of. For last minute Courthouse( will be closed both Jacksonville\ and Mis. Tuiner. Robert Green, Cheryl Cummings ,
Methodist Church at Lawtey shoppers Eagle Family DIs- (Friday and :Monday with the t / ." 0)', John Williams and son, John,
Survivors include his wife, count Stole will stay open exception of the office of clerkof Ji, of Titusville and Mr, and Robert Lee Thomas of The four couples of the Donald SewellEngagement
Edna D. Harley, one son, S C. until 10 pm on Chi istmas the court. Mrs, Richard Williams and Memphis Tenn. is spendingten Canasta Club had a Christmas Told
Harley Jr of Starke one Eve The clel k's office will be children of Tallahassee: will days with his daughter and dinner and played canasta at
daughter. :Mrs Shirley: H. Community State Bank will open on Monday with l limited visit their pat'entsII'\ and family Dr and Mis Jim the home of Mi, and I\lI's, A,J,
Douglas of Starke, three have 9am, to :2 p,m, lobby help both upstairs and downstairs Mrs, Mack Williams during MinesmgeiMi Eaves Saturday night Isaac Cummings, Si-
brothers, Daniel B Harley of hours, close and eopen 4 .m. in compliance with the ::/jou..Xnow/ the holidays announces the engagement of
Starke Hubbard C Harley to 6 pm. The dl ive-In w ill be orders of the district judge to ', and Mis Dwight Mt and :Mis Charles Fieldsof his daughter, Cheryl Ann, to
and Sumpter D Harley both open all day until 6 p m on be available to the public Local admittances to Bradford Doug Seymour of Marshall of Apalachicola and Jacksonville were Sunday Donald Raymond Sewell, son
of Law ley, three sisters :Mrs t'l'ida>'. The c1el k's office down- County Hospital this Tallahassee and Hallie Mi and Mrs. David (Head of visitors of his mother Mrs, of Mi, and :Mis henry Berry
I :Martha Miles: of Starke :Mrs Florida Bank will be open 9 stains will also remain open week include: Mrs Ruby Seymour of Gainesville are Fort Lauderdale are spending JH, Fields and Lucius William, all of
W.L Baggett of Tampa, and a.m. to 1 130: close and reopen half a day idav/Decembei Guff, Mrs, Gertrude Mc. spending the weekend with the holidays with their patents Star ke.
\ :Mrs N B Blocker of Lake 4pm to 6 p m in the lobby. 31, to be available to record Bl'ldeI1's: Blossom Greene, their pal'entsII'\ and Mrs and gtandpaients. Mi. and Mi and Mis Fred Field of '
City and five grandchildren Dnve-tn will be open all day deeds and handle any businessthat Joe1: Guff, Gail J D, Seymoui Mrs, Ben Rowland. The Tampa are spending eLJiriuu.btow .
I Funeral services will be except between 3:30: p.m, and is necessary to claim :Matthews,James Blachsheai', Rowlands have moved from Thursday to Monday with her
held Thursday at 2p: m in the 4 p m on Chi istmas Eve, homestead exemption in Ralph Stokes Mrs, Bertha :Mrs W,II, Thomson of 6061V) Madison street to 1215 daughter and family. Mi and Mi and Mrs, James Edwin
DeWitt C Jones Chapel with Both the Community State JanuaiyGioceiy. :McRae and Paul Watteiman Tallahassee is spending the Pratt Stieet :Mis George Flynn Ji, The Minesignet of Riveiside.
the Rev Don Denton and the Bank and the Florida Bank at stoles will be of Staike; Willie Southeiland holidays with her daughter, Flynns also have their sons Calif spent the past week with
Rev James }Hall officiating Staike will be open on the closed Saturday and Sundayand of Lake Butler; James Home Mrs, Evelyn Hamilton and Patsy Anne McClure of home for the holidays Reggie then son and family. Di and
Interment will be, in I I.dW te\ :Monday following :New> Years temain open Christmas of Hampton, Miss Teresa family and \Mrs, John W. Starke has been named to theDean's from Sanford University and Mis Jim MmestngeiMis
i emeter\ Pallbearers will hi The Chambei of Commerce: Eve: unit! 6 p m at Food Fan :Mixson of Melrose, Mrs, Griffin and Miss Lillian List at Valdosta State Gray from the University of
members of the Bradford will be closed Friday. Saturday 6 30 p,m, at Piggly Wiggly Florida Baldiee of Lake Stump, :Mr and :Mis Fled College for the fall quarter. Floi'ida. : Agnes Heath of Foil
County Sheriff Department and Sunday' but is and 6 p.m, at \\inn Dixie.family Geneva and Mis Hattie Thomson and son of Tallahassee Mi and Mis Theo Yea gel' Lauderdale is spending the

Dunemre of Raifoidtflerr will join the family of Deport, Mich, were Friday Archie Green of Miami is holidays with :Mi and :MisV ,
-- -- over the weekend to Monday guests of then spending the long weekend \ ,E, Tilley and :Mis PD
uncle and aunt, Ml and Mis with his mother Mis Inez Reddish and family.

f ti, J, D, Yeagei Green,
l1isslage: :\liddleton! and

: h Miss Jody Harper of the :Mrs, Howard Blown of :Mis :Merle Mantisisited
& University of Richmond. Mr Danielsville, Ga is spendingthe 1lIslae: Jones in Jackson

: .t and Mrs, David Haipei of holidays with her son and ville Tuesday.
Dacatul', Ga. and Tcm Harper family11': and Mis: Paul G
and : Rothelle Jones
e of Johns Hopkins :Medical Blown, Mi Mis

9 School ate spending the :Mi', and :Mis \V.II, Green of entertained families at a Chi the istmas Biannen pal ty
"rsR holidays with then parents, Tallahassee, Mi and :MisRA then home
at near Hampton
Rev andMis: George Hal pel'. Gieen,Ji of Gainesville Tuesday night.
dtt centers Di andlIs: Kieit
Mt and :Mrs, Flank Cogdell
Sundusadee of Star ke and Mi: :Miss Jessie :May' Biannen of
of North: Attleboi, Mass and
and :Mis Jim \igelone of
Baitow Mi: and :Mis AidelBiannen
) :Mr, and Mrs, John Flynn, Jr. Binghampton; ;N.Y.; are guests and son and :Miss
and Mis EJ Flynn of during the Chi istmas holidaysof
Lynne Foil of Jacksonvilleand
Jacksonville are holiday :IDs, Lex Green and :Mi
:Mi and Mis: E J.
(LGLL'LGL; : : E UECV[ [ (! f guests Hynn of Rev and :Mis John and :Mis Cutis SandeisMi Dowling Staike and will Claude be Christmas Crowsonof

IQ'.e : and :Mis. John Glover of
dinner of Mi and Mis:
SHOPPING has been
301 S. Starke Fla.| l++mn Henry Godwin a Jacksonville were weekend Raleigh HI annen at Bedford
CENTER patient inorth;; Florida guests of :Mi and :Mis Cm tis I Lake
Regional pital the past ten Sandeis

days Di. Glen :McClane of
Mi and :Mis W.1.Ieng: :
Of the many traditionsof )Fi ipp of Columbia. S.C. and Jacksonville and Jim
p /In the warm spirit, Christmas, we welcome/ and daughter, Dana, of the St :Mrs Ada \\ollenbeig of McC'lane: of Keyest ate
Petersburg ale spending
ot the season we always the visit of friends. holidays with then patents, Faimmgton. C'onn ate spending the weekend with
wish you a most spending the Chi istmashulldil'S then pilll'nts11': and :Mrs
EL. :Matthews and Mi and
with then slstel'lIs. ,
happy lIu :McClaneMi .
holiday Mrs Paul !>ton
Meng :\ L.G. Powell

SinFoot Seasons Greetings From and :Mis :Norman> : and :\11 s. Jim Weldon
r T-Sgt. :Mi and :IDs Thomas
Betty Young & Jerry Shields J. E. Hardy Rigdon and family of Seymour PO\\ nail and family' of Palm and family of Jacksonvilleand
: :Mi and Mrs: John C
Johnson \.fo'H. ;\C; ate
Owners Bay a i Ie holiday guests of then
Of"Things Gieei and family of Biaden
the with her
spending holidays mother, :\l1s.lalcolm:
will be guests the
pan'nts11': and Airs George ton during
By Hand" Auto Sales \V, Blown Pownall weekend of then pal ents. :Ml
and Mrs: Jack :McCombMi .
:Mi and :Mis J, O Dl'a'el'and
t, Mi: and :\II's.J, Eaves daughters of Gainesville
: and :Mis Biuce
150 1320 N. and11': and Mis Townsend were :Monday' of :Ml
W Call St. Temple guests Mathews: and family of Oi
Stiickland and then families
and Mis: C'II
Naswoithy lando this week
Tall are spending
attended the
Starke Florida family
Starke, Florida Christmas dinner with his pal ents, :Mi and :Mrs

IflI t 964-7792 964.6081 night for the Headquarters Friday soloist:\l1s'emon at the Reddish annual was Gail I :Matthews

Detachment no 146 Signal
Arts; C,alls ad's" Battalion at :Normandy> Chi stmas dinner pity for :Miss Elizabeth Lawson and
Custom Furn,lurs__ Jacksonville the Alachua County Coot :Miss Kitty Yates of \\lost
Aimoiy in
House staff in Gainesville last
Palm Beac ai e spending this
= Thursday night \\ l'cklth :Mi and :Mis II.A
= :Mis :Mary Beth Peacock
; -- Lawson Joining the family on
Chimes ---I daughter; Debbie and son. Wednesday' were :Ml and
Ricky of Jacksonville e :\11 s. Charles Lawson: and!
| Sunday evening dinner guests :Mis Bill Bniai of Panama
H Williams JewelrySTARKE'S of :Mrs Bertha Peal ce, City. Hud Lawson of :Mai ion.

;NC und :Mi and :Mis Joe
The =i Tush :Myeis of :Macon Ga Jordan! of Live Oak and then
and Kathy :Myeis of families
LARGEST QUALITY JEWELER I Tallahassee will be home for

r | the holidays with then Di and :Mis Dhiffen
= I pal ents. :Mi and :Mis John and son, :Michael and :Mi and!
: =- =-=== Myeis: :Mrs Hay Slanwl''I.H.lY' and!
childien attended theNutcracker
Tfl \ :Mi undl1s: George :; Suite ballet
__ = S :Moiuson. :Mi and :Mis Ralph after at the Civic
Sunday noon
t-! ; t4bfo \ 3 :Mottison, and :Mi and :Misngil Auditoiium,
4M '
; V \ Moiuson: of Leesbuig
I and Ruppeit Monison: of Claudette Peter son received
: Wilda\ood! and then families her childhood
Wi1\ i will be holiday guests of :Mis. education major degree( horn theUmveisity

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Ra i/b/ rd News

By Phone May Belle 431-10K9 Dobbs / Drug Store

The First Baptist Church of
Kaiford presented its
Christmas program Sunday
night with a good attendance.A.M. -t1+"r- 17 and 21 JEWEL

visitor in Gainesville
Thursday.Mrs. +

Gerald Griffis and GIFT GI1.nseparo'herChnelmesJoY, ... (Mired 3 5....to Perfumed double 0 MANY STYLES FOR GAP WONDER %
Mrs.Debbie McCullough were -/ Talc 'for after.bath Eau de 50 I MEN AND WOMEN. PERSONAL 2 POCKETCAMERA WIZARD
shopping in Gainesville Toilette Sprey MM I Sot Fl of dl v 1 MATCHING BANDS
Saturday. SET to carry wherever she goes a ( VIDEO I '
s1 l 574.LIMIT ONE ""r REG. 26 88
Alvarez visited W. Scoggins AND LIGHTWEIGHT,
in Baxley, Georgia and other ,
friends in Ga. and South 2388 REG TENNIS.
Carolina Thursday and HAKARATE! 1099 HOCKEYOR
(Friday r
J.D. Griffis, Miss Marion 4 OZ. AFTER I
Dancy, Michael Dobbs and MR. J SUPER GIFT

daughter Christmas Paula shopping, were in SHAVE LOTION . . COfFEE GRANDMOTHER RIVAL

Gainesville Wednesday I r
afternoon. < 10 CUP CROCK POT
were business visitors in THE SLOW COOKER WITH 1 13V
Leesburg Friday and Monday \ \ < -- ELECTRIC MOVE. QUART CAPACITY J
\ and Mrs Les THE ENTRY LESSTHAN5MIN 34 95 j MODEL31D0
McCullough Lynn LIMIT I REG 1499
McCullough a friend from GIFT SET ONE :. ,
Hampton attended the sMC 1 NEVER 8 8 '
Christmas program at the BITTER BE 7
(First Baptist Church of NEVER CAUSE IT S t +d7 y

Kaiford Sunday night a BOILED 2977 I -

Allen Tarleton and Becky
were business visitors in

Starke Saturday afternoon. O S r LAST MINUTE

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
were business visitors in
Gainesville \Monday morning.Mr w

: and :Mrs Drew Sweat >e y G:'
and \Mrs Hose Sapp visitedMr
: and !Mrs Lowell Allen in
(Fort White Sunday afternoon.
Gerald Griffis took his
Sunday School class shopping
in Starke Monday night and to
McDonalds for hamburgers.Mrs. yI

: Mary (Freeman and I f
:Mrs Don :'Iemansere: a MEN'S & LADIES
business visitors in Lake FRUIT OF rBOXER

Butler :Monday afternoon.Mrs >' ,, i THE LOOM AMITYWALLETS

: Gerald Griffis was a 2 CLEANSER.I
business visitor in Starke BARS I'M111 I
:MondayMrs { INCLUDED
: Elaine Tarleton and 19'M STYLES
Cathy were business visitorsin A MUST tf WHITE, SOLIDS OR

:Mrs Allen Tarleton was a c ?J. /N X 20 % 7 CLEANING AUTOMATIC
business visitor in Starke 00 a 0 OFF BHUSHi
:Monday night and in Jacksonville r EXTENSION WHITE OR BROWN 2 / $1 t A SCRUBS AWAYPOLLUTERS
on Thursday CORD t- .i- *" REG REGULAR PRICE -
,' Rep. 89' ?'j>, ,.* 4 59 REG 12 99
!. :Mr and Mrs Drew Sweat
licimona. and Mr and Mrs, RUBY LUSTRE
J K Reeves in llahira, SALAD SET WITH 288
all went shopping in Valdosta
Saturday afternoon AND MIRROR

:Miss Ramona Sweat of .I 25 a. FANCY =
llahira. Georgia, arrived hereIond..y 48 ri ELECTRICITY (GREAT GIFTS' ) =RM 1 Place on table or hang
:\ night to spend the REG .\ on wall Regular or Magnifying
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Clay Caeers: Snatch One FromBHS I

[ A scrappy V Tornado five V. BHS brought the ball down BHS had a very poor field an 11 for 24 performance, im
I came close but dropped a 42-40 and threw it away. The goal percentage in the first proving the game shooting
irlti ;f decision to Clay High last Tornado five got the ball out of half going 7 for 27 or 26 percentage to 33 percent.. I
Friday night in the BHS gym bounds with five seconds left percent. BHS improved to 46 Green Cove bucketed 19 of 54
after overcoming a 14 point Kenny Hampton took the In- percent in the second half with for a 35 percent average.

/1 +al deficit to tie the game 40-alI bounds pass and lofted a long I \ .
Ik M with just over a minute left. arching shot from the side of
No Miracles, BHS Girls Blue Devil guard Aaron the court, but It rimmed out. j--

VI---I Tobler stole the basketball on Freddie Aldridge tapped it in,
rt. a BUS inbounds pass and but time had run out. ,
Fall To Green Cove drove for Green Cove's Thus BUS basketballerswent
down to their fourth
winning basket with about 20
Defending District girls double figures by just one seconds left in the game defeat in the first five gamesof
basketball champions Green other Lady Blue Devil, but a With 16 seconds remaining regular season play. It was
Cove Springs took advantageof total of 10 gills had a hand in the final regular season game I
Bradford High's inexperience the one sided scoiing. until the cagers resume action u
hei e last Thursday VC llaskPlluJl'' after the Christmas break.
Cassandra Johnson led BHS "Well, not too good. I just
night, handing the Lady 1 r
scoring with 14 points.Frances Break l
Tomadoes a 72 31 setoack. Jayvees lost a heartbreaker, Coach r
Coltiane and Emma
'H defeat The loss to Hawthorne, with an earlier in the Murphy each tossed in six With 5.() Record Warney Gainesville Adkinson Sun as he told greetedthe the
Hudson added
points Betty desk in calling the game
season opener, drops thus the Lady four and Marry Berry i had one Union County High's junior in.
far into
Tornadoes to 0.2
tit the first girl's basketballseason point to round out Lady varsity basketball Tigers Andrew Carter led the BHS
at Bradford High since Tornado scot'ing. closed regular season pre five with 12 points on six field 1
Judy Williams led the holiday play with an goals and had eight rebounds.
1961."When play the Tornadoes In reboundding unblemished 4 0 record by Big David Walker had nine rebounds -
t tI you against the Blue Devils with virtue of a pair of final as he and Carter
defending champion
w / youdon't seven. Miss Johnson snared weekend victories ICS INC
worked under the boards for
expect four and Miss Hudson had The JV Cross
Tiger whipped BHS.
basketball Coach Jerry
McGiiff said following the three lebounds. City's Dixie County High Vernon Williams led Clay Ji: ouik1ing
While Green Cove Bears JV 70 53 last
Friday High from the field with 14
loss, but he was quick to add
dominated play in varsity night and defeated Santa Fe's points and eight rebounds.
the Tornadoes ate improving
contest Bradford High's Raider JV5641 last SatuI'daynight. Butler had Let the of the
their Inexperience eight and glad
and overcoming junior varsity gills leveled! off nine rebounds. points tidings season
I quickly. their current season record at
Incidentally, Green Cove's 11 with a 22 -17 victory over A total of eight Union Sun by quirttri: sing out as we rejoice in the
defending dIstrict championship the visi tors. County players had a hand in
squad features only one the one sided scoring in BHS 10 4 17 0 Christmas' Holidays.HURST'S .
senior, and she did not figurein The JV Tornado girls took a Friday night's contest againstthe OC 14 12 II. U

the scoring here last 2 0 lead at the end of first Beats. In addition to the HSAldrldg* 4.'.'. Cirt.r ton, SHELL SERVICECARL
Thursday Coach McGriff quarter play and led 62 at the scoring leaders Coach Drake Hampton J.H,Walker 3-0.4.Godwin],>.
pointed out, indicating he half, before pulling away to a had scoring from. Highland, 4. Tools '141.0.
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Coltman:: 102.Tobler 20.4 Butl.r4.0I
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Spells Defeat Against Santa

c7Colic Sreefin08 ALACIIUA- Santa FeHigh's Vince Campbell and Greg the first half but long
aJ basketball Raiders extended Calhoun with 14 points each for the Tigers to pull away to
e their current winning and Bruce Shepard with 12. A commanding 4U-25
streak to five games! last total of seven Raiders had a lead.
Saturday night with a 74-35 hand in the one-sided scoring. Second half action saw
cBesi file cep dear pounding of Lake Butler's Bosie Perry was the lone Tigers roll by the Bears at a
zoisfiosfor Union County High Tigers. Tiger hitting for double 1 clip in the third II
The Tigers which easily defeated figures.The 5-11 Union County posting 20 points to
I 1111' Directors and Staff of Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan Cross City's Dixie wing popped in 16 points on the City's five and then coast ;
Association of Gainesville would like toe"tt'nd. to County High Bears 74-50 last evening. Paul White followed the final 74-50 victory,
you and your family their best wishes for Friday night dropped to 3-2 with eight. Perry again led the way
this holiday season and the coming New YearIn for the current season with the Score by quarter the Tigers pouring in a
to the needs of the people ofa loss to the Raiders. high 21 points against
response UC a 1 14 1) Bears in the Friday 1
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contest. was joined
grown to seven locations I In addition to our wich poured in a game-high 21 ,: double figures by Walter '
to lead
points Saturday night
three offices in Gainesville there are with 14 and Paul l
he Raiders the points
( 74-35 past UC- Parry 11 U Whiti 111. Blount
now offices in Clearwater lea h, Lake Tigers. Hardwich was joinedin 2.).S. Holmn' 1.0 4, f. Jackion 1.02, with IIPerry,
Uutler Keystone Heights and double figure scoring by Teem Totattt' 13-t.Ji.. leading scorer
SFHardwlck 10 III C.mpboll 1 o.
Starke We at Guaranty I edoral are the Tigers last !season hit
three other Santa Fe startersin M, Calhoun 70-14, Ihop.rd Jill. S
ready to assist you with any of your the Saturday night victory. 0...." Mi. T. 0...." 104, wilhami the majority of his 21
financial needs in 1977 The Tigers held their own 114. Team Totals 3.*74. total on 15-footers from the
Come see the friendly against; the taller Raiders Ironically the press of the key.
folks at Guaranty Federal! ; we during the early going and defense which led to the Tiger Filer and White shared
want to help )77 Santa Fe, one of the state's top defeat at the hands of Santa rebounding honors for
he your best year1' 2-A prep school cage (earns, f'e. was the tool employed by Tigers against the Bears
settled for a surprisingly slim nine each. Perry followed :
the Tigers In their 74-50
10-point I halftime advantage. Friday night victory over the eight, Jessie Blount \\
Second half action saw the Cross City Bears in a game played only the second
Raiders go to the press defense played at Lake Buller. had five rebounds. :
mJGuaranty to pull away from the 25- Trailing 10 points at the Coach Thomas '
15 edge at the half. In third close of first quarter action after the Friday night \' lint'I
{period action the Raiders Friday night the Bears the Tigers were well ahead
rolled up 27 points while whittled away at the then lfi-6 their game average( in
holding the visiting Tigers to margin and closed to within bounds against the Cross .
just three field goals. two points at 24-22, midway squad.
Federal Union County managed to through the second period Point man Alfred (
close the scoring gap in the Then Coach Jimmy Thomas led the Tigers in !: .
SAMSC.S, AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF C.AINrSMLlF last quarter of play but it was called for the full.court press assists with six.. followed ,
too little too late defense from his Tiger cagers. Perry with five. I \
Hardwich in double Perhaps the most ,)
The press stayed on for just .
figures for Santa Kc were four minutes until the close of stat on the Tiger-Bear clash l
found in team shooting !
centages which reveal' .
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connecting on ::12 of 57 I
goal attempts for a SO \( : '
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wcNPA0i1N managed only a 29\ '

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I'' Tornado Cagers Down Keystone 63-58 For Trenton Tourney Crown ''

TRENTON Bradford neighboring Keystone Heights Tournament here Tuesday points, Coach Warney scoring from Carter with 14 championship game. BHS hit championship game. BHS hit meeting with the.Indians for I I
I High's basketball Tornadoes 63-58 in the championshipgame night. Adkinson had double figure and Godwin with 13. Walker for 29 of 55 attempts in the for 29 of 7140.8 percent, in theNUMBER the championship.It the first meeting I
fought back from a six point of Trenton High's After taking a slim 14-10 and center David was the neighboring
halftime deficit to down Invitational Christmas lead at the close of first added eight points apiece. between two
quarter play, the Tornadoesfell Walker led the battle under schools in at least 16 years.. II
off the pace set by the boards for the Tornadoes, Scars by quartwltKH1 I II I
Keystone's capable 2-A finishing the contest with 15 10 >4 12 U-H
Indians in the second period. m rebounds in his best effort to INS 14 ,14 l> 15.61
BHS went to the locker roomat s date on the still young season. Scorings
f .
the half trailing 34-28. The Carter followed with 10 KHS-Wlngit 1.0,11.. M .w ll f-J-IJ,
OrsoN 4.2.10.PorMr I/-IO Bonmr I-I-t
six point Indian halftime edge rebounds. .
Bryin M-4. T m 1010101 l 21-l-il.
; represented the widest Hampton, well below his
margin either squad posted } r season scoring average with qj INS- Aldrldg '.J.JO, C rt.r'.1.n,
through the opening half. just eight points against who 7 Oodwin S-1-1X Hampton 2-2 I.Walfcor 4*
Keystone's six: point lead Keystone, 1 led the Tornadoesin 01.Fouled Tam out totallt: WalKir 2f-7-tJ., BMS.NORTIIl1ARION.
I remained intact through the assists with five. Hampton -ii" r..i;
first four minutes of third passed up difficult, but not GAME
period play, but late third unsinkable shots on BHS earned its berth in the
quarter action saw the numerous occasions to pass finals of the tourney by going
Tornadoes mount a scoring i the ball to teammates with 53-40 over North Marion in a 5
surge and knot the contest at clear sights on the basket. p.m. game Tuesday.
46-all going into the final Keystone had four playersin ........ Four of five BHS starters hit
period. double figures. Point man r in double figures. Freddie Al-
I Fred Aldridge's driving lay Mike Wingate led the way for '" dridge led with a 20 point
\ up at the third period buzzer the Indians with 16 points -r ". .\ effort.
climaxed the third period followed by center Mark '"" BHS took an early lead andwas
1 I Bradford High comeback Maxwell with 12 and forwards never headed by the NM
which evened the contest at Russ Porter and David Greek 1 ,* Colts. The BUS five led 18.10
4646. Aldridge paced the with 10 apiece. after the first period
Tornadoes in their finals The Indians stuck to an I 1'- stretched the lead to 36-22 at
victory, pouring in a game inside game plan throughout the half with a 16-for-31
high 20 points. The 5.10 tourney play, working the ball shooting performance a 51.6
We wish hall forward posted the majorityof to the big men under the / percent average. BHS workedthe
the his game high point total on l boards. As a result the ,. ball inside to wing man
Carter who had 10
lay ups following numerous Keystone squad maintained a Andrew
fine people Indian turnovers. 45.4 field goal shooting ONE! Fred Aldrldge. who led Tornado scoring in points for the night.
Taking the lead for the first percentage against the the championship game of the Trentonln\.ltational a game
-- in our communitya time since early second period Tornadoes connecting on 25 of high 20 points, holds the first place trophy aloft In the midst of
action, the Tornadoes pulled 55 attempts in the cheering teammates and fans
very Merry away to a three point 55.52 .
edge!( as the game clock wound
Christmas.Griffis. down to the three minute

mark.Four unanswered points on SN'' FF
trips to the foul line by Jay ,. --..... IFF
Godwin and Andrew Carter SN
put the Tornadoes up by seven
with )just under two minutesremaining. SANTA\ IS
S David Walker ((25)) snares TRADIN(1( LJ5
-'- -- A pair of steals in the final one of his 12 rebounds in the ,
-- minute of play by Aldridgeand championship. game of the FOR A \
Ken Hampton iced the Trenton Invitational. Walker NEW PINTO.aG
& Son'sFibre I victory and the tournament had his best outing to date
championship for the against Keystone's Indians in
Tornadoes. the championship game of the HE SAYS
Glass Work Three of Bradford High's tourney Tuesday. The 6-4 HELL GET 'BE.1"t. :
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figure scoring against in addition to leading the _. M AND TIME
Keystone. In addition to Tornadoes in rebounds SAVE
3 Mi. N. 301 Starke. Florida 964.5531 Aldridge's game high 20 against the Indians t \)' CJ\R\5TMA5\ I EVE NOT W't1"0 \0c ;

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all the way in a 51-45 win, "We can't shoot foul shots.

Lead Junior Basketball With 3-0 Record mis win Tourney... (From<< Page 8)) paced by the 18 point That's" the most ridiculous
performance of Kenny thing said Coach Warne'Adklnson.

The Sharks are leading the Scoring: the Cudas, Robert Tyson lead Carter also led the battle midway through the third Hampton Freddie Aldridge .
added Ouertiroi
16 Seen
Scoring points.Andrew o>
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league with a 3-0) record in the Rays-. Jackson 10-0-20) E. Sharks-. Johnson 20-0-4, S. the scoring effort with 10( under the board with 12 re period when Aldridge scoredBHS' Carter had 13
Starke Recreation Winkler 5-0-10, W. Slocum 4-0-) points. bounds. Jay Godwin followed only other basket BHi I) II 14 .IIi .1
Hudson 5-1-11 N. rebounds, David Walker and
Department's Junior Randalls 1-0-) minutes later 7 OH S ii 224'
8 C. on a driving
Boys Norman D. with six
4-0-8 Gissy 102 rebounds and had a 10
2, P. 102.) Jay Godwin 6 for BHS.
Basketball League for Scoring: layup. BUS turnovers fouled Kenny
ages 10- R. Godwin 2-0-4.) point scoring night.
.. ,
CudasRTyson Hampton had six assists. aHI II, tartar 14
R. AldrMw
12.Six CudasL.. Long 7-0-14, R. Sullivan L. 3-0-6 Kings-. Watkins 6-1-13, T. Point man Kenny Hamptonwas up the third quarter effort. Hampton ......, eooxln 11Walkar..
games were played Tyson 4.0-8, J. Diggs 3-0-6) R. 1-1-3, Long 102.) Denton 0-1-1, M. McDuffie 1'()- also in double figures with BHS shot 32 percent from D. >..... "y... ...1. Tatalat 22.'....
before the Christmas Sullivan 408. December 20 was the last 2,E. Winkler 1-1-3, C. Griffin 2- 11 points, hitting from outsideon The third quarter was NorthMarion's the field, and 38 percent from Oak Mall Allan 1-14, Oarcla' .-....
holidays. Action will resume On December 17 the secondset day holidays.of The play first before the 15.Cudas 15 footers from the top of chance to catch up, the free throw line. MaThews T1.11.o,. 11-t-ai mini' 14-1*. Tetalei
January 5. of games were played. The game was R. Tyson 5-0-1) R. the key. The little 5-6 ball but the Colts failed to. I r 1
The first game was played first games between the Rays and played the Rays.between Due the to the Sharks tough Sullivan 1-0-2, B. Aaron 102. handler also led in assists with capitalize on the opportunity. t6: -. -[_. f.-1; : lJl ?i.: gj;, r?
The current t
December 15 when the Sharks and the left standings are; .
Kings the Kings defense by the Sharks, in the eight. Fourth quarter play saw i \,,;::';:,:I"-' ;:1j'i4!;; :..t'i,1; ; '':
Sharks :
started the with victors In 3-0, Kings 2-1, Rays 1-
season win close both
a a battle 4540. Third quarter play saw teams trade free throws
50-16 over the Kings. Leading Leading scorer for the Kings last minutes quarter to with go,only they a took coupleof a 2, and Cudas 0-3. some sloppy play by both with BHS edging the Colts 13- 1''N fltJ? ;1fR R t t r.tlir.' if
scorer for the Sharks was was Emmett Watkins with 26 The games are played In the teams. BHS dropped to 2-for-9 : .
Scott Hudson with 22 points, points. Leading scorer for the six point lead to win the game old Armory with the first from the 12.Mike Butler NM 6.4 If.t! :!; : ':' -I'i/: ':;, ;,;, ;; 11.: :;.t
and North r. ". "
4034. Leading for the 'I. ".'I" "" "' ':" "
scorer "
and Chuck Johnson scoring 20 Rays was Todd Jackson with Sharks Chuck game 3:30: p.m. and the secondone Marion went 3-for-15 while forward, led Colt scoring with ",.;:.,.,.. ,,'f" ;<.... \":,:-.\)...' irI"S'I // "',:'
was Johnson will ,;!,.. :} ::>' '''J' : """.
points. Leading scorer for the 31 points.. at 4:45: p.m. Play 12. Don Evans 5-9 ,
a guard ,
with 21 points, with Scott outscoring BHS 64. The ti.' ';0 :f : (!" ,: J
Kings was Emmett Watkins, Scoring: Hudson following close behind resume January 5. Tornadoes first basket came was the only other Colt in 10"\,1.: .. '.,.,...., 1 rT' : -...::1;",

with 12 points. Kings-. Watkins 13-0-26) ,, T. with 15 points. For the Rays, double figures; with 10. d'l'" .1: .. :'{"I'1; Z'" :',: :'f+:Y

Denton 1-0-2.) E. Winkler 4-3-11, Todd Jackson led the scoring JV Falls To Green Cove 'i.\\ .:.i" J" .';' :-"':"'"
Scoring: C. Griffin 2-1-3, B. Dyal o-l-l. with 26 points. Scar. by quarters* J:
Sharks- Johnson 10.0.2 S. Kays- T. Jackson 14-3-31, D. Scoring: BHi II II 4 II 31 .:j;' ;' '151.k}
Hudson 11-0-22, B. Aaron 3-0-6, Gissy 1-1.3, W. Slocum 2-0-4, C. Sharks-. Johnson 10-1-21, NM 10 11 a 11 40 / : ;;
M. Randalls 1-0-2'. Norman 1-0-2.) S. Hudson 7-1-15, M. Lemire 1- 71-41 Breaks Winless
Kings-. Watkins 6.0-12,1. The second game between 0-2, M. Randalls 1-0-2.) R04S. Aldrldaet too,.Hampton. 4.2.11. NfIt.
1-10 Godwin 4 J 10. D.
McDuffie 10.2, B. Dyal 102. the Sharks and the Cudas Rays-. Jackson 12-2-26, D. Bradford High junior Baby Tornadoes until they 1.0.a. Cummings 0"M. Total U Walker.10.SI. .. ; :
The second game saw the found the Sharks ahead 55-11 Gissy 2-0-4, W. Slocum 204. varsity basketballeis were resume action after the North MarlonButlar S-l-11 event! 4-1. : :- .
Rays go 52.36 over the Cudas. for the final score. Leading The second game betweenthe bombed 71-41 by Green Cove Christmas holidays. 1 10,,James Praier,.0.2 304,,Gordon Bacon 1.'.'. Plorca' I 1-0. .;,:: :!
1..2. Ray I-0-2. .
Leading scorer for the scorer for the Sharks Cudas and
Hays was the Kings saw Springs for their fifth straight Score by Quarters! Totals' i 7.0.Oak. '?'1
was Todd Jackson with 20 Chuck Johnson with 40 points. the Kings win by a 10 point defeat of the season in the
points. Leading scorer for the For the Cudas, Robert Tysonwas margin 2414. Leading scorer local last OC II 1> 12 2S 71
gym Friday night, Hall Game
BHS 12 1 10 11 41Oreen }:; .. 1i;''. : ... o\--d
Cudas was Larry Long with 14 the leading scorer with 6 for the Kings was Emmett Dec. 17.The BUS had no trouble getting l f : ),'i.i c.;; :; ::
CO,. Olan Hugglnt' 1.5.11, '; : ?;I
points. ": ;ji.'N:1:;: : ;; :;
Watkins ;
points with 13 ooints. For winless
Baby Tornadoes
Kevin Huflglnt 204. Hogan 20-4, past Oak Hall, a private
were never in the game. Hutcninll. Francis4-0-12., Oraham >- school in Gainesville, in first :kJ:: itf I li
0 10, Young 317 Hanel 0 0.0. Clement
Outscored in
every quarter of the tourney BHS led
5 BHS game
Chosen 0 0.5.O.rn.r 401. Totals' 23..31.
Players BHS was down 18.12 after the BHS- Rest I.'.IS. Millar' .4-3-11 Shell A time to count our May Bethlehem's child
'c "t<1fr.stfnas first period, 33-20 at the half, 1.0.2. Cummlngi' 4-1-f, Carter 20.4.. blessings and bring new JoY and peaceto
45-30 after the third period and Hollli 000. MarkS 000. Totals' 10.,41. many all the world.
All-Section Grid TeamFive were outscored 25.11 in the To date the 0-5 Baby greet all our friends.

fourth pei'iod. Gi een Cove was Tornado cagers have also lost
members of Bradford High School's regional 6-0 after the win. 64-63 to Bishop Kenny, 44-36 to ShufordsStandard
championship football team, which compiled a 9-3 win-loss record Ben Ross led the Baby Eastside, 48-45 to Palatka j
during the recently completed season, have been tapped Tornadoes with 15 points, South, and 81-54 to Ocala IBorgan'sBeauty
for Section 1, Class 3-A, grid honors. Kevin Miller had 11, and Fo1 est. Oil
Florida Sports Writers Association members announced Sun- Dwayne Cummings 9.
day. Dec. It\), the selection of BUS Defensive back Erie Biggs to Glen Muggins led Green : : ; ____
Section 1 1. All-Section first team honors. Cove with 18 points, Francis :': ::; Shop StationDale
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Biggs, a 5.9 and 153: pound senior defensive cot'net back, had had 12, and C. Graham 10. -
five inteiceptions on the season, as the Bradford High The game ended play for the jf J =
Tornadoes advanced to the state quarterfinals. Head( Coach z{ David I
1209 N.
I David Nurse terms Biggs "a hardnosed and aggressive" Temple
defensive aback J J J Walnut & 301 S. I

Biggs is joined in All-Section honors by offensive guard Waisel :. .. Starke Florida Starke Florida
!limes running back Andrew Carter and fullback-linebacker '
Jimmy Cark! all named to second team All-Section. )71" 964.7004 9647971Liquid
limes, a 5.11 and 193 pound guard and Carter, a 6-0 and 195 ;
A running back, were named to the second team All-Section .
offensive unit Clrrk 6-2 and 220 pounds was named to the
second team All-Section defensive unit as a linebacker. All three I \I ,

From all/ of us to all/ BUS gndders are seniors. nnnry,4ft
of youwarm wishes for Bradford High (Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt received all f
a memorable holiday section honorable( mention 'rasotclPrrrt

Lawrence Davis, of the FloiIda-Times Union headed up
the sectional selection committee which released the following

StarkeMotor first and second team rosters: ___ Warmest wishes to all

SECTION: 1 l-\.\.\ .\U.sIC1'IO1'1: ; ; : 1-r for an oldfashionedand

Greetings joyful holiday.
1'...., Player School lit. \\t. Class i '
.FIKSTTEAMOFFENSE: h ac > rlh Our hearts ever turn Chicken

:: : homeward as Christmas

blesses the earth. Harper'sGulf
Parts SC David Donl JacNtonvllle' BollatT a.l ITS Sr. FertilizerDelivered
Jamet Anderton St AugustmaO '.0 374 Sr
Randy Warren Jacksonville 0>thop Kenny 41a 120 Sr.
C Jim Holfombake" Panama City, Bay .
ia 2'0 Sr. .
155 W. Brownlee G -. Harold Mallov. Monticello, Jetferton/ County .! 205 Jr. U lilt/ this,; itri-nl finKbit.ofiiimiuium / NormansFarm Service & Spread For You
T Johnny Campbell Perry Taylor County bl I JISIIS Jr. N O' O''I"1'/
OB TE -- Bobby Ford. Macclenny Baker, County aiI Sr. fur / ;,-/../-./ :"', $1AOO
Ricky Stockttill. Fernandma Beach
Starke Florida RB Brian WtlcOK. Jacktonville Bithop Kenny ,.J US 110 Sr Sr. tiltl/ tttut ,..'.... 666 N. Temple A V 468-1985
RB David Johnton St Augustine 200 Sr. lees "tV tiuh; you, per Ton
964-6060 RB Jamei Bigbie. Panama City, Bay toI I ISO Sr. Starke Florida

._-- DEFENSE: :: 6 Tons To The Truck
E Dale McLarty Callanan Welt NattauT 4 1 200 Sr. Klip-N-Kurl 964.7153
==- Hank Lan Jacksonville, BolletNO ,.14e 220 Sr. .J W.A. Prevatt Hampton Fla. ri'
Gary Hill Jacktonw'lle Bishop Kenny J'0 Sr. I ProduceHwy
T Larry Robn.on. Callahan Wst Na.... 41 21S Sr. Beauty Shop I
R! Willie Riles. Qulncy' Shanks 44 110 Sr.
LB Harold' Galloway Macclenny Baker County ... 112' Sr. Loraine Sandra,
LB Bill Scfiellenbera Jacksonville, Bishop Kenny 4 1 209 Sr.
LB Marvin. Harvey Marianna 44 210 Sr. Vicki Sue, & Diane 301 N.
B Vika Smith.' Panama City Bay 40I 113 Sr. ,
B Sammy Hop.. Macclenny Baker County .11.0 Sr.
153 W. Call St Starke Florida
P Phillip Twine. St Augustine 43 ISO S,. 964-6101 I.
PK Freddy Bailey. Jacksonville, Bishop k.nny 40 IM s,. 964.6071
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'I Gary Nurd St. Auou''n. a t 'IIO Sr.
T T'm' Momon. Lv., 00. Suwann. County a a 240 Sr.
e Joe MIch.1I Tall.hesae. Ac.ard '.2 21S Sr. BankCorner
G RIo Rodrque,. Jac..onvlI., Boll. '.'0 lIS Sr.
Johns T Wall.ce Ta".. MaccI.nny Ba..r County a0 201 J,.
TI! Terry Oavs. Tallahu. Aoc.ard' .2 21. S,. Of Walnut & Madison In Starke
DB PhlIp Twn.. S' Auquabne .2 ISO Sr.
About This Question Re Mars AIander Jac.onvoll. Bolls 55 '7' Jr. aJGGlI: : (E(3( I 4
AB I Battles.' Mac"onny B..r County S... 17' s,.

"From 1910 to 1972

the increase in residential E! Jell Cochran hll.I''..... Lncoln, '.10 ISO Jr. New Bank HoursMon je ER
constructioncosts T Marvn MObl.y. hrnandna Beach o I .lOS Sr. .
NG John Pury.. Call.han Way NUIOU S 10 .ISO Sr.
was 18-4 T Juol Edward! Quncy, Sh.nSi I I It. Sr. Tues Thurs.
percent. In 1972 V! BlIy LvncN J.4Oa.nvdl. Bolls 42 110 Sr. fr
alone building costs LB ChrOl, Hcken Callahan Wert N..au a 0 101 S,. :
LB Chnlon Ball Callahan West Nassau 40 105 S,.
increased 9 I
percent. 9-2 4-6 P.M. Friday
B SCOtt Carter Panama CIy Bay S II ISO Sr. -
wonder if people B Jo. 501sm. C.II.han W." N..... S 10 151 Sr ..1y
-Daum 50,5, Jac.'onv''". 5011.1 a 0 110 Sr.
have increased their Drive In Windows I
property insurance to Iu1t.nu1t1'IO; ; : : :; ; : ;

cover the replacement Mon Tues Wed Thurs. 8:30: 3:30: I ,
Backs COO" ermq.A Grim Cow Sorters Clay: JIMMY PREVATY! STAAkl!
value of tht'irproJX'rty BRA DFOR D COUPS Ty D.d hnner., 8011... Henry Brown Taylor County A.VO's'
in case of P.n A.arU L'ns' k.Ih Walk.r Taylor C.un'YI Harry Ba"' .'. 'hank' Friday 8:30: 6:00: P.M :;; And to all
Dexter LOCkwood. Taylor County Alonio Jonnton. Kenneth Farmer, "both" of
major destruction? Rickardt PK Bill Gilbert. 5,0,0,01.Grafitto .

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But Look What Happened Here in 1890'sWinter P[,:"'";: J1 .

officially arrived at subtropical plants such as victim to their own "chill South and snow was falling in
12:35: p.m. Tuesday and the palms and avocados survive- unit" timing mechanisms according Lousiana and Alabama.The .
weatherman cooperated by the winter in this area. to the climatologists.
blast of arctic air >
reporting readings in the low An agricultural clima- They predict that the entire rushed on into North Florida l ,IA skd
20 s in the Starke area Wed- tologist at the University of southeastern part of the where thousands of dollars
nesday morning adding to the Florida says the unusuallycool country is In for below normal had been invested in young

unseasonably low temperatures weather may cause a temperatures this winter orange groves that the owners
of October and direct and visible change in breaking the previous confidently expected would '-

November. the appearance of this area's warming cycle. make them rich. Anxiously- ...... ......
making it less watched thermometers -
Some long range weather beautiful He explained that But so far nothing has been skidded to all-time lows: 14 x '.
forecasters predict planet be predicted for this area to '. rI,
many flowering plants may degrees in Starke Gainesville .
Earth headed toward ... .
bulk equal the disastrous freezes ;. ,pti
tricked into thinking the and Jacksonville; 15 in
in the immediate
another ice agenot of winter is alr"ady behind that wrecked the citrus industry Daytona Beach; and frost reported .
of but .
future, course- in north Florida in the /m. .. ',
them. Once a flowering plant l as far south as Key .' ..
thousand .
within the next
there's no need to builds up in its system a late 1900's.On !' West. A man froze to death in tZ-

start yearsso hoarding fuel at this certain number of "chill Christmas day in 1894 Lake City.

point. units"they may during bloom cold prematurelyluring weather were Starke basking and surrounding in comfortable area The when catastrophe much had of the arrived w. : < ::.a; .;;-._.-.... :' /:.:' ? 1.:",. -
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But the low readings already ( a period of warm 55-degree weather. But by the still hung on the ,.J. ,,> -:.. .. ..ii:. ./' '>1\\. ... .,"? ;' ....:
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themselves .. ,... .. ::. : .... .. .. .'
racked up this fall lend weather making 28th. papers were carrying '., .. : 'J( ; -oo. -'\ -
I credence to the theory that we vulnerable for a later freeze. stories of a great blizzard in trees. Fruit lay often a foot 0 ". ..:o. __ !f'. r ;' .,:,.A" '- .'''' '. .,..I'""r.JJt.If' ;"' -- --tl

4 may be in for a cycle of colder Some fruits and berries such the North with readings of 20 thick,attracting under the trees swarms spoilingand of ..' : ;.; ::::::_. -.,...1.'."" '. ..-}:t----.f.:.. \ ."_ :.'" ,t..:?._. .,.:. ..-.:'-" -=-"" ;.'. ;;

weather following a fiveyearwarm as peaches, blueberries and below zero in Michigan. Soon ',. -
strawberries could also fall cold advanced the :' \ : .. 0 -: : :: : l::
cycle that saw many the wave on The biggest worry was the : .? _. "; .. .. ., '. ; ; ., .

trees themselves. Smaller .. ". ," .... '. . .... .... .. .. ...-""''f" '

trees in many cases had .. = .- ... '- .. : .: :-- '"': ;. ::
burst open and even the : .. : .. .: ... >. : .7
editorial ) larger ones appeared burnedby l

the cold. A few hours of

temperatures below 20 can killa lr"oull YonjVfVrr Si. ?
lender tree down toils roots / % Jefferson./:/

Sillily 1 in ContrastsIn and this one lasted 41 hours.
Think it's been cold here this winter? Uell. lake a look at the scene that -t1'l'I..d! l Stai keiles on
Newspaper classified ads the morning of February 14, 1HH9.! Two Inches of snow fell and ri-m.iined on the ground without
were filled with offers of melting for several days.! Picture was! taken from Walnut Street. hM.khltI.t! 011 .li-IU-rson. Houseat
a few hours America will be celebrating and this one of 1976. Although the stateof farms and groves for sale at left was! later remodeled enlarged and is now the .Magnolia: llotri. Frame, church' al upper|

its Bicentennial Christmas. the nation at the end of its Bicentennial giveaway prices. Starkewasn't right was the earliest Baptist Church on the same site as present. First 1I.1I.li.\| \ Chuitli.ell-
is far from ideal with the the only Bradford wrappcdgentleman in the middle of street i is early Stai'ke may m'.1 VonKirn..
Historians remind us that. on Christmas year County town thrown into a

liOt) years ago, George Washington and problems of unemployment, inflation, financial tailspin There were

his \sinter-torn troops were poised and energy still unsolved, there is a new many fine groves at Law ley,

ready to cross the I Delaware River for a feeling of optimism and confidence in the Hampton New Itiver. and 1 r' o t l'
IP7if>> Is The Charm
elsewhere. A state rr Quirt
surprise attack on Trenton. nation and the national mood has .11 h;
1881 said there were IO.OIM) (
changed for the better largely becauseof bearing trees in Bradford
orange Ch Pint
The course of the nations history the new spirit that will come to County at that lime; Of Una s ? ,:_ 1" Mtkr I Iy

hung on this daring and desperate Washington in January. The leaders of 200,000) ) more "in position" but it ,

}gamble. There is strong likelihood that the forthcoming administration are not hundred yet bearing thousand; and more several mnursery The Christmas season is a about the gifts( I had given in :; ,s Tr All ,eu

\\would not he observing our first Bicentennial confident that they can change thingsfor stockHundreds sentimental one as it shouldbe years gone by. and looked '
Christmas this week if the better and this spirit of confidence but as each year rushes by around the house to see just t ;i
has the nation's of the early it somehow seems more difficult what had happened to them 5'
Washington and his men had failed in permeated capital
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settlers sold their land or lostit to capture the warmth I II
this strategy.All which is apparently eager for change. to taxes and many went and charm of the earlier I found a manicure set
tucked in the wife's
back North in disgust. Others holiday celebrations.Time away I Ij'
dresser drawer Th're.s.
of us read the story in high school Thanks to the wisdom of those who remained and turned to other was when an indication that it had't'r no

history books but in the course of shaped the course of our nation 200 crops, such as strawberries, and an apple in the toe orange of a been used Many of the other

everyday affairs we are apt to forget years ago the forthcoming change in for their livelihood child's sltxkingIoas a grand "gifts" purchased
and fail to give credit to those who have power in Washington will be smooth and Then four years later on surprise and a rare treat of life and limb had found : .

gone In-fore us, and made possible the |H-aceful.. in contrast to the turbulent Valentine Day in IBM.!!! Jack Most of the gifts under the treewere them ay'lo "Goodwill"" or the j' ;. :
Frost made a final 19th lovingly made by hand "Salvation Army, if not the i
that have wracked
t shifts of
comforts and luxuries we enjoy today.Washington's government Century assault on the orange and Americans! had the timeto ash can months'ago..

China Japan Spain and Portugal in lands of norlll-Cl'ntrall"IIrid.l. enjoy the simple pleasuresof In bureau drawer I e { r 10k
hat tt'r'd army of about recent months. holiday fl'llowshlp"gathl'ring Ol011
found seven sets of cuff links
:ioiIt) () cold The Jacksonville Times- around the parlor
( () bedraggled troops was ( three lie clasps two imitation
I'nionand Cituen of
hungry, and discouraged. Everything In spite of the unsolved) problems that 1):) reported a storm February of sleet organ carols to leisurely sing Christmas decoratingthe leather wallets and two pairs

seemed to be going against the colonies. still beset us at the end of the old reaching that city about dusk house with freshly-cut of hl'aknit wool socks sent

Congress had lied Philadelphia for H alti- Administration and the old year, the fact turning to snow us temperatures holly, and stringing garlands to me by an old maid aunt in

I1Inl'('. The Continental troops were remains that the worst fears of a few fell lower during the of white popcorn and red I lululh) who had "knitted I them
lust I for nle"Now
driven from New York and pursuedacross years ago have been avoided and night Just t before midnight cranberries to decorate the
the flurry settled\ down to a
: ; I seldom
New aheadof economic indicators promise more wear a shirt
Jersey just one jump progress heavy fall of white flakes. It k
the British On 'December 18. 1776 / for the coming year was Florida's; share of one of But now much of the simplepleasures that II'H'I''ilr requires a cuff necktie finks unless mllll I I t is

Washington wrote to his brother stating the worst bliwards in history of Christmas are have to admittance s, '..
lost gain to
in the hustle and bustle of I ,
his lour th-t "the game is prt'tty,1\ As [Intel out by one observer "ThelId''at The heaviest snow retorted: \ over-commercialiation and .mnank icstaurant! once G i W

up" In spinol' having every reason to Vietnam did not destroy thl'orld's was four inches at Lake the resulting "uptightness"and or twice a year I h.m been

quit I fighting and ..url''nt'rht'II'c'idl'd! \\ confidence in the United States; Butler Lake City reportedtwo exhaustion resulting froman using the same wallet\ lor ten ,
inches and Gainesville attempt to outdo each years or more, and still like it
to attack. Washington/ !still has better relations preceding i
I found.
never 01 woolsocks
onl'0:'; official report was Christmas in giving pair
with China and the Soviet Union than
given for Starke. but the fall getting and I gobbling up I could crowd into a pair'
Washington .and his men crossed the t they have with i one another; the here must have been at least goodies of shoes with any dcgtee ofcomfort --

river Christmas night The' weather wasso Western alliance is a little shaky and the two inches judging from old and. while I appreciate County Agents By '

had I that two t of his t three supposed I IHllit ion I weather is story in Japan photographs and the bitter observance A revolt against of Christmas this modern the thoughttulness ol Bobby r
was those who have my welfare
it from for
kept melting
columns. of I troops never got across Britain France, and West Germany but several d.lYs.Gro"ers voiced in a column riUensome heart I .retain these gilts, Notebook "

Th'I'1'; an eight mile march to the calamitous predictions about the years ago by the late leaving it to my' heirs to dispose Taylor, .d' '

Trenton in silence, without lights mounting cost of oil have not come to here were finally Russell Kay. who was secretary of them when the time I IIIIIH 'M.I, 1 .i.I. I.U. t ,
through piercing wind, OVIT frozen lass in the industrial world and there is convinced that orangesweren't for many years of the comes
for this area and the Florida Press Association. Ina
ground..The surprise was complete and even new hope for another step toward citrus industry moved farther protest that did nothing Then the holiday' season, as Home.made sausage\ cane sites like uoiitiand' 111'('
Washington counted only two officers pare| in the middle east. south whatever to stem the tide of it is gaily termed has other sy nip and !greens like mustard ould 1 lie the nines

and two enlisted men wounded and two commercialization he wrote demands that. cause my great out ol a i !garden: might 11111tr.Il'I'
; :':;:;:':':;:;:':':':':':;':':':':':':':':':':':':':;:':':':':':' annoyance, headaches and. a table like tin'key and Poor.. nutrition is the ostlies
soldiers lost to the' free/ing cold Captured In this Bicentennial Christmas season ;r ;r Christmas has mental It the !
shopping disturbance I
is 'hl'l hut | pioolem\ lotoiiecl' 1111"-I \ \
(trimmings: ( IIIW"
t from the Hessian\ troops were there is indeed peace and hope on earth :g: \KTKK\NS.\FF.\IKS: 1:1f::? always irked me I supposethe custom in our neighborhood. to they are.. just 1 a. !good:' as a also the most. ) ilittieull l 'lot mil

thirty olfirers and !8U1::\: enlisted men It a great gift in which we all share, as we ;:::: 'by11111iamS.Haa'i' :J y# practice goes back to the festoon the yard with stringsof matter of tact( Mter having a cattlemen liecailse lheh.iu\

\\a.1 turning point in the struggle to likewise share in the hope that the :::: htiran'i' Spn Ice Ulficer Wise :Men and their gifts at the colored lights imitation meal IlIr tvv oof I these I this weekI U-t-ii operating. toi ovei duos
tree the colonies.Now teachings of Him who was born in manger but I certainly don'tfeel snow reindeer and other I don t think I I'll want to oxer" years. brlow the lne.ik even
like a "wise man"hlle symbols of the season, and eat this'k'lul I.mint Many (' Itethlehem on that eventful Christmas :NOTICE: TilE SKIUKK battling department store everyone tries to outdo Ins led to U'lieve 'lli.it cattle

200() years later we have every Day almost 2.000 years ago may continue OFFICE: MILL UK: CLOSED crowds hastily viewing the neighbor in presenting unique(, The sausage!: came I rune l.es( prices' would impioxe' l 11\> |1'1710

reason to pause and reflect on t the contract to have worldwide influence on the DKCE.MBF.lt: : :27 various displays, and fighting and colorful displays much to \\hileheadand it was as good 01 I'arlHI77 Suite this/ has

between that (Christmas of 177 5 leaders in whose hands our future lies The nation's third GI Bill off eager clerks who are continually the delight ol the electric aslhaveeverh.id I I Ididn I ask not in.iteilah/eil. 1110.1,1/
asking "May: I help company him. but I imagine h,' puts dont have the capital Mi-ih-ii
which has educational "
provided -
you? most 1 of the hog! in sausage
assitance for 6 6 million At the risk of a sprained possibly! the ham and 'lln-lu-st investment mm ,ii i
/lu II.)011', Walk veterans and artive-duty :No one can help me. I am ankle or a broken shoulder I loin This makes them leaner III is needed. is fti-worniei' s' ...millilseiticules
. members with military jostled about in a da/e. If I climb up on a shaky' ladder than the ones w e user t to make our| lice i attic
service since Feb 1. 1935, will could settle for frankincense and string lights Irom hell to when I IIoas a boy can: withstand 1 the "oatlieiami
not be available for persons and myrrh and be sure that breakfast but somebody in l nllll11..llI'allh. |prnhleun" l > on
In the short time remaining until She returned shortly saying the CPA entering the armed forces relatives and friends' would be the block with more money The cane syrup ('a 1111'011I 1 less Iced it Iho',1', ( lice ul

Christmas, there is a lot of shopping still advised! that the three the after Dec 31. 1976. pleased with such gifts, there and steadier nerves always :Marv Klla.ilterson: It I is violins dud lice: I het' I k MHII
women split would be some hope makes me look like a rank good{ and sweet 1. and takes a herd lor these (n-sts tmlav" .
to be done, and now is as good a time as The Veterans Educationand
t. money but they would! need! some cashto amateur.In special kind of biscuit to hemit
any to warn ",senior citizens and youngereitiens pay taxes on it, and a t ten fee Employment: AssistanceAct on the plate Vt hav l'lwllre'ns
percent of 1976 (FL-94-502)' ). signed But I know in my heart that my book. Christmas as up e > our (Countyuenl .nileutn
; as well to be on the alert for to the CI'A. from several gardens F.Mensnm
into law Oct. 15 by President my grandson would much observed today is all right for County : stall
fhm Elam artists who are always aroundat Ford set the termination date rather have tommy-gun and the kids- but a big. fat pain in and they h.Iall tn-en good' w I ISH-S| y on ..and y ours a I :Merry

this tittle of v ear, seeking to part some The first woman said she had $1>.000 for GI Bill eligibility It also his mother a bottle of Chanel the neck: for us adults. Let's I hope you have had your Christinas, .unit a puppy| ;

innocent !shopper from his or her hard- cash on her and the Jacksonville woman designated Dec 31l HlII9 as the :No; 5. Then I got to thinking get back to fundamentals. share of this kind of eating II holiday, seasone: hope welineserud

earned cash. .aid she had $1.000 in a Lakeshore bank closing date for all training for not. fit some of I these things t you well a lid look
She went to her hank withdraw themont'Y those already eligible under into your holiday' menu forward to seeing or hearing!

Such an incident incurred recently at "to show good f faith" and returned this program. Readers write Irom you diirinu the 111'11'ill'

the Orange Park Mall, when Jacksonville to the mall giving the money to Looks like our winter
a Offsetting the end of GI Bill
woman was approached by another the third woman to take to the CPA eligibility the new law Itonnl Sliinciiifi/ Lark oftitnnl/ Fnitli clover forages like are rye finally ryegrass! making and! 7'iro Officials// ; ; .*

woman as she was. leaving a departmentstore. After waiting some time, the Jacksonville created butory educational a voluntary assistance contri In DESrgailIbig. Tr'urhs'rtiarvfact / ; some growth. :Many fields areup Take (I//icy// .

The stranger said she was worried woman went into the store and ofcourse ( for initially to H 10 inches and are
program persons
about her friend who had found found! and ready for grazing Somecattlemen January no CI'A. the two entering military service Dear Editor: to the Board or anyone have already hurt .
some valuable merchandise and had women had! di!>,lpPl..m'dith her after Dec. 31, 1976. Jointly else as a justification for their winter pastures by >
gone into the store. money. operated l by the Veterans The Dec 21 issue of the further spending of county grazing too early It takes the The two remaining officials -'
Administration and the Department Gainesville Sun contained elected!
an monies plants too long to recover Ifhl'Y in the Sept 14 y
This scheme, in various forms, has of Defense the article written by Bill Shields primary.. l'rlJpl'rlpl'rUl er Ji
About this t time second are gra/ed at 3 to 4'
a woman came liren worked time program will offer :36 months( in which Superintendent of For school management to Jimmy Alvarez and *j
and again to fleece inches
up und said !she had found a h.M.k10. ith educational assistance Bradford County Schools underestimate an FTK' Count Superintendent ol Schools: -!
the center pages; rut out. and stuffed some innocent victim. Anyone who is entitlement with a lo. ear delimiting Richard Jockel confirmed so as to end the school year You can get the most out of Tom Casey', take office i

with $:oO.Xl) ( ) ). She didn't know what to dn approached! with a story about "finding a date.Participants. "that the board is saving $IIMI( ) with such a large surplus of small gram pastures if you do TIll'sd.lJ.ln 4. i;

with "the mon(') and was going inside large;" sum of money" ,and wanting to per day while the contract for money to turn around the next not graze until plants are 8 to Alvarewho \wrested\ I the t
the share it. !should! runnot walk to the in the new higher salaries is year and go to the oppositeextreme 10 inches high. If possible post Irom :24-year Propeitv. '...
store to (CI'A who worked
see a program may contribute $ "I unsigned of rotational ,
overestimating an practice gracing Appraiser' Gone, Long will.
nearest police officer.gttADFORb. ,
there : to $75 monthly from their leaving stubble
a about three
11'1Count to result in such a assume his first public office lHe
I salaries up to a maximum of Such a statement by large amount of deficit inches high and allowing two is finishing up his studieslit
J2.700 The contributions will Superintendent Jockel only revenue indicates very poor to four weeks between the t'ntversity of Florida
he matched by the VA at the further confirms the fact that management to the extent of a gra/mg.s
rate of $2 for every $1 l made by the Board Management: "hit or miss" business Casey who served two {
tot the service member never intended to bargain in If grazing has to be continuous prev ions terms as
4 rf SINCE 1879 good faith ith the teachers of proposition. control animal, superintendent.\ l'Hi4-7i, will
The new law also providedfor Bradford County' It is my To use teachers'. salaries as numbers or daily grazing hold lu.s first school' hoard
wtweu p4 an 8 percent increase in contention that the Board and a means of regaining monies periods so that plant height is meeting on Ihe same evening
N monthly allowances for all :Management counted on the resulting from such poor maintained between :> and In> he tikes office Tuesday Jan

rurrl'ni training offered by the teachers not accepting such a judgement is cruel and inches 4. at 7 pm'

') I n BOB G FERGUSON' JOHN M GI Bill except flight tralrung.retroache poor and inequitable salary demoralizing to leachers who of *
MILLERPubllshe.s there
lQ N to Oct. 1. The proposal in order that the are trying to use the Speaking grazing Other local officials elected t
\basic entitlement for trainees Board Management: could bargaining lahlch is their are several herds in our area this )I'arere Marie: Curler ],
ro"I"'sht,1' eat "i' riiu'vJ.n and enttvwl .is !st-coid Class Matter at Ihe Post Office at SiWrk =la under was extended from 36 to 45 fall back on this money to save right by law "not to get rich" without any grazing and feet Jr. replacing Kalph Bryan in
ai'tot March, 3 '8'9 months them from poor managementof hut to regain some of the lost little supplemental the District ::1 countycommission
s ogt'ipi! UfO it<- i I"'rdtii ired a'e sear $4 six. nooths funds in the current school purchasing have General cattle condition seal and Vermin

L ,4.,,' ..ft" n'i. i I',... J8 ueyea'! >4 50 si,. nonths --- year budget If this fact were suffered over power the they past t five throughout Ihe county is Parmenter. replacing II-; ('ilr
"es. llt-.4 .;.,4l5 Starke Fla. not so then the Superintendentwould sears poorer than it was at this time .school board veteran Kmlnev'
"A simple life is iti own Jeanne A last year Poor nutrition bad Hall 7'heyhavealready. taken,
not publicly state this Loper
reward. George Santayana weather and possibly para- IIlCll'l'WinterArrives

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December 23.1976 TELEGKAPH Page ItI

I School Board To Consider 3 Petitions To Rezone Due HearingPublic r I

Teacher Pay Recommendatious '
hearings on three ,
petitions for rezoning will be ( )
School Superintendent teacher bargainers had on the agenda at the' final to (
Richard Jockel has called
a proposed. ) of
County Zoning Board meetingof and
meeting of the
special the next Tuesday Dec. Willard
Bradford County School In recommendingretroactivity year
28, at 7'30
Board for Thursday Dec. 30, of the contract, p.m. t
Olin, of Olin Mobile K1A to
at 6p.m.toconslder the reportof King noted that a $45,604 raise
Homes will the
request a e- acres on
a special master on given tocountyadministrators classification of one acre at Bessent
contract negotiations with and $109,000 in Y'
the intersection of SR-100 and vation of
county teachers.The raises given to the board's !
100-A from RIA to BR3.1.1retail
meeting which will be non-instructional employeeswere
( sales) for the construction In
preceded by an executive both made retroactive to \,! hearings,
and of
(non-public) session of the July 1. He said teacher's venience operation store. a con- ceive '
board at 5 p.m.. is expected to status "would not be Lawrence Dot rough will ask to
see the report rejected by compatible" with other board the rezoning of one acre at the changes
school board negotiators. employees unless the contractis

Jockel recommendation will then, and make the a retroactive. ,. (:IS.I roftefl ............
board will make a final -
determination. LAVVTEY CITY HALL (From Page 1)) O

Issued Dec. 9, the report OPEN HOUSE WARM: ..... Temple was appointed
recommends the board Despite the superintendent to serve out school
increase its package salary freezing r-- Temple's unexpired term. order to
temperatures outside, I
offer to $300,000 and make the Lawtey City Hall Open House the i .,. .. When Temple was elected, be
contract retroactive to July 1. was warm, cordial, and Casey was relegated to a programs May the many
Special master Thomas J. festive. quite teaching position In the him at .
King said Bradford teachers middle school then made skills joys otheChristmas
have "suffered more acutely" Lawtey Although residents only fifty turned or so Santa Claus had his hands full at the Starke Shrine Club principal at Hampton. Clark to-day
from lack of salary increases the City Hall was decorated out. Christmas party on Saturday. Vickie Lee and sister Janie Lee was relegated to an assistant be with .
than teachers elsewhere in gaily warm with smiles Stoecker. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James 1.. Stoecker of directorship in the v-tech you
Florida, and that the salary friendly chatter and hot Starke were among the over 600 people that attended the annual school and part time assistantat increased |
proposal of the board isInsufficient" coffee and had Christmas party.All the children received a bag of toys amt fruit. the middle school. the BadcockAssoc.Store
in light of cookies of every assortment When Jockel succeeded districts
salaries, cost of living along with Temple Casey was made !
present punch for
increases, raises; given to younger set. A majority of the the Her 125 pounds of chicken pilau KIM) hot dugs and 750 Pepsi's principal of the high school closely
other board employees and council members and were eaten at the annual Shriners Club Christmas party. The and Clark was sent to Casey
the availability of funds. wives were their and Christmas party is only one of the annual fund raising activitiesof Hampton as principal there. teachers
The $300,000 recommendedby greeted arriving present the Shrine who support 19 crippled children hospitals and Although the faces will be parents
guests along 128 S. Walnut
three burn hospitals. familiar second subject
King strikes a compromise with City Clerk Lucille
between the$207,000 the board Shuford.FbR superintendency is expectedto
has offered and the $451,242 Starke Shriners strike off in a different Starke, Florida
direction from the first, which
.\ ).-( : : :\:
featured a multimillion dollar TO ;.; : ; 964.5289
building program over the
FRESH Treat Children past 10 rears.
hold its
Casey s tenure saw new
school buildings go up at officers
Brooker Hampton and the 27.This
> vo-tech and middle schools,
v,> / additions to Starke and
Southside Elementaryschools and
and the first two attend.
phases of Bradford 'High. The
Preliminary plans for all five preceded I
phases of the high school were supper : u J ,
promulgated 1 in a master plan by the
HoLIDAY under Casey Right
This time around though/ will be
Casey is expected to be
S t preoccupied 1 with the "back to I '
basics" theme tie campaignedon
OoPP3 I refining basic skills 1 ,

PS I Iti applications.instruction and their practical I $ a--

:: Under the Educational 1


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33 : v I i torai RC' 'S.

69CBunch ll .! -. Fri Sat ,_ y ,


iI'J, IiI'J :Mrs. J.n. Odum helps fill over 7IH) balloons given to children
at the annual Starke Shriners Club Chriilnus party held Saliirda -
) at the Sportsman- \\orld. Inc oven away also were'Pl Agent .! ((/
,, pounds of hard caiul>. 2-tlio pieces of bubble /gum and 750: tangerines Super
/ and 700 oranges G' .

33C Lb. t M_ PLUS And

The I
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I Our Friends
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Bushel $389 \ .

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We Will Be Closed. I

Dec. 25 26th & 27thNorman's .

"'........ DRIVEINFri
-Il-iIJ Shriners at their annual Christmas party gate Ides' to adults George Roberts
and children from the over KOO) in attendance lit the pail Sat : ..
Saturda>, The three-quarter replicas of a I'm! I Oldsmobile lire '. INSURANCE i c
owned b individual Walter Matthau In Inn nUll
> members of the club.It
Produce Market ....... ,
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1 INSTALLIONllY: : : l

617 N. Temple U.I i ford Lodge ;No.; 82 will ,\.:tj'.i:. ,...;, .':i.V-.::..'. *t.t.....::.;.: ; .:: .,;' 4 AFj\\
install its 1977 officers .. ;
964-6071 :Monday Dec 27 at 8 p m : ; P(1.IN .... ......:.:lt\I.; j ;ti O.W;.:;::::. :'1

Open Aion-Saf served Light/ after refreshments the Installation.will be )i : > ? ':: ti'un-.r. ........ .:',-;..:'r ..:' :";\ : ,.a:;:::::. ....tt1 i)

The public is invited to attend. ,
PLUS In keeping with our policy of offering ourclie tits only the best in insurance/

.. .,'.3:: .hl'."i ,''. 'r :" James Mitchum In protection/ !, GEORGE ROBERTS JXSLTMATK 7.YC. IS fifeum-d to aninxnic


1 ] ] ,'&100""
...han/ joined us
Unl'"Artllt. to provide you with a complete line of Life Insurance/ Health Insurance.

4 Sun Mon Group Insurance, and/ Tax-Sheltered programs

Keith is a native of Jacksonville and is a graduate of Florida State
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for an oldfashionedand -
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12 TELEGRAPH Decembcr23I916:!:I

.II f JANUARY CONFERENCE BIBLE Eviction Now Certain For Local Woman I
- --- -- -
The annual January Bible v "I've got no money and accumulation of furniture in Supreme Court.
Conference will be held e- nowhere to go," said Annie the house and tool shed. Don Peters, supervisor of
January 2-3 at the First Chandler after learning that the Law Clinic said this
Baptist Church of Starke. I + j she had only a few days to There may be a solution to eviction step is "the end of
Pastor Ben P. Bryant states move after the eviction notice her problems Annie says if she keeping her in the house."
that all adults will be makingan was served Tuesday that will can purchase a mobile home."I "When the District Court of
intensive study in the book force her from the home built have good credit at the Appeal reversed Carlisle it
of Romans. The Pastor is y'' by her husband. bank, but I have been told I directed the judge to enter
teaching the class. There will \ need someone to sign with Judgment for the plaintiff in
Mrs. Chandler
received "
said Mrs. Chandler.In "
also be classes designed to me action, said
word from the University of the ejectment ;
I meet the needs of all age ,fly Florida Law Clinic in Gaines addition to possession of Peters.
groups. A modern nursery ville that a petition for a Writ the house plaintiffs are asking The next action is for the
facility is also provided. of Certiorarl (or hearing of the for recovery of $586\ .67 spent law clinic on behalf of Mrs.
Classes will meet Sunday, case) by the Florida Supreme for appeal, and costs r Chandler to try to get com
January 2, at 6:15-8:30: : p.m. "SI Court had been denied and the amounting to $138.80 for a pensation "for improvementsmade
and Monday-Wednesday at 7 judgment of the First Distrist total of $725.47."It to land," Peters said.
p m. The public is encouraged Court of Appeals was to be is the worst kind of Mrs. Chandler still has rightto
to attend this Bible upheld giving Harrington and feeling you can have next to value of Improvements In-
Conference. Phone 964-6562 Altamese Chandler the rightto losing a loved one, to be put dependent of right to possessit.
for further information. possession of the house in out of your home," said !Mrs. ."
south Starke on Chandler Chandler. "I feel like I am Peters expressed concern
Fiat Ifapli-it Hoad. living over the same thing as with !Mrs. Chandler's plight
FIRST CHRISTIAN FIRST ASSEMBLY In his chambers on when Frank died." r and although he can share in
ChurchRev. CHl'RCII GOD December 7 Judge Wayne M. The threat of eviction how she feels he said "that is
Jim Love, :Minister "the happy church" Carlisle signed an order for started less than one month the legal system."
Ben Bryant Sunday: Sunday school 9:45: Hwy. 16 at Weldon St "immediate possession" and after the death of her hus- Meanwhile Annie has until

SUNDAY:' : Sunday School am.; morning service, 10:45: Starke it will only be a matter of days band, Frank Chandler, in the first of the year until the
I 9:45 a m. Morning Worship, a.m.: youth group 6pm.; SUNDAY SERVICES: before it is set up and pro March 1973 said !Mrs eviction notice will be en-
Ham: .; Church Training 6:13: evening worship 7 p.m.; choir Sunday School 10 a.m. cessed by the sheriff's office Chandler. She was asked by t forced and she says she "will
I Evening Worship 7:30: practice. 8pmWednesday Morning Worship 11 and served. her brother-in-law be put jn the street like an
; )
\ p.m. night Bible a.m. Mrs. Chandler said she has Harrington C. Chandler to animal.
p.m. study, 1\ p.m. Eve. Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY not been idle since she learnedshe move of pay $12 a week in rent Where Is this thing called: justice," asks Annie Chandler as
: must leave and has begunto for the three bedroom she receive the 1'\ !clion notice: to remove her from her home >, r r
ST.t.RK'S: CHURCHRev. Youth meeting 7 p.m. pack but adds, "I can't live concrete block house.
John \D18O\: STREET Bible Study 7 p.m. in the streets, I have to have Airs Chandler said she refused on and lived on the property.The .
Flynn from the house.
PdStor Robert Harden to rent on the house existing
BAPTIST CIIVRCIICharles some place to live. pay case has been to court
Welcome one and all! Moving in with relatives is that her husband and his first Ownership dispute over the
Christmas Eve and Circuit Judge Wayne !M.
land south of Lincoln
Eucharist. 11 R. Swartz, pastor. out of the question,she says. A wife built. The concrete block City Carlisle ruled !Mrs. Chandler.
D.n' Eucharist. Thursday--Visi tat ion, 10am,2pm,7pm. 110ltt.1\l )\h) son in Miami has only a small house replaced a frame house begun in the 1940's, according would have a lifetime right to
Sl'\: : Holy to the thick file
the Brad-
UM'IIMSuml.n \ house and her father in Winter that has since been torn down in
live the On
Church 9:45 on property.
8:30a: m.; : ford Courthouse. The
School, Services: Sunday Haven has no room for the that was located about 50 feetd's County
Sunday-Sunday ; of
a m Holy Eucharist, 11 a m. one acre of the Frank appeal to the District Court
WEDNESDAY : Junior 9:43: a.m. :Morning Worshipand School 10 am Morning Appeals for the 8th Districtthe Never put an airtight bandageover
Children's Worship and Services for the St. Edwar News Chandler property is part of a iodine It keeps the iodine -
Choir Practice. 6:30: p m; Worship 11 three acre deeded to ruling was overturned
Senior Choir Practice, 7:30: a m. Church Training 6:15: Deaf 11 il.m.i Training Union, Chandler.plot because of a procedural pro- from evaporting off the
pm. p m. Evening Worship 7:30.: fi :.10 pm Evening: Worship, Members of St. Edward's patients. Delicious Christmas Harrington The blem. skin and might cause a burn.
7 :30 p m Catholic Church choir and refreshments were served and whether the land arose sold over Mrs.: Chandler enlisted the
\\t'dnt'htlaSt'nlft'S: !MidWeek friends visited the Bradford games enjoyed during the was Doubleassessments to aid of the Law Clinic at the ISKIUJ.\IHKI) )
Prayer: Service and County Hospital, the Starke evening. Frank Chandler and: University of Florida and they ('Ul'STTEI.EtJt.I'tI: : ;
Bible Study. 7:::50( p m. Choir Nursing Home and confined !Members of the primary taxes confused overlapping the appealed to the ,Florida \\\NT.\DS
Practice 1\15\ p m persons on their Carolling tour religion classes entertained issue.
Friday evening Dec. 17. parishioners with a Nativity according to Tax Collector
s\l\'HS.\: R.IPTIST'IIURCll :Mrs. Joe Gissy was hostessat play under the direction of J R. Kelly.Records.
Eldt'rTX.illiam'i' her home to the St. Steve Rallis precceding the show Frank
The Starke National Guard
Edward's Altar Society Christmas party on Dec. 19. Chandler paid the taxes
f "On the search bra Christmas party Tuesday Josephine ,Fontaine and without interrupt ion f from 1943

friendly church?" evening Dec. H. !Members Evelyn Vaughan assisted I li accepting.. prior and. non.. .- prior torvleo mon at
i brought along gifts to be Santa Claus in distributinggifts

Welcome to Sin)rna .distributed to Sunland Refreshments at of the Christmas party. Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR ho( proiorrt" lino. S.ulce with your &....ell...

Sunday School 10 a.m ,: cookies punch and coffee
+ -t- :Morning Worship, 11 a m.. Mini Darby .PeekMrs. > were Christmas served. baskets 364 Suite. C N. 301 t Earn A Coed BUCK for Jut Out Wukmi fir N,,,,".
B.T.S.. 5:013: pm. Evening: were 9 6 Daily
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Worship. 7 p m. Mira Darby Peck age members on Dec.by 22. 964-8018 Visit Armory Or Call 964.5120.T .
82, of Starke died Friday Neighboring priests
1J.\\IIUPTIST: morning in a Lake City assisted at a Penance Service
Ht'Jamt'!* Starling Hospital. held at St. Edward's on -
Born in Macclenny October Tuesday evening, Dec 21
Best Wishesfor M'NDAY.: Sunday School, 4. IIm4, she had lived in Starkefor Church decoration for
10 a m. :Morning Worship. 11 many years She was a retired Christmas is scheduled for
a Heart- a m. Training Union. 6pm.; postal employee and a Thursday. Dec 21.: at 10:30a :: :
Evening Worship. 7pm.
member of the First Baptist &
\\ED'I'Sn.MidWeek: : Church. m.Father,
Patrick Foley :
a warmingHoliday Service. 7 30
Prayer p.m. Survivors include a announced the following
daughter Mrs. Hoy Ward of schedule of Christmas
Lake City, two sons S.L !Masses: Friday.. Dec :24!
= Peek Jr.of Starke and DarbyPeek Christmas Vigil :Mass at 7
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City; pm Christmas :Midnight
t :Mrs C W. Chalkerand tflJ
sisters. :Mass On Christmas Day'
:Mrs. Phillip'F :Maguire :Masses will be said at HMC: in family centers
CRAFT'S SALVAGE Butter spreaders make good both of Gainesville; six Lake Butler and BTl' in
knives for children because grandchildren and four great Ha i ford.
Carlton CraftHwy they are small and blunt. grandchildren. Sunday. Dec Masses: are

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WANTADS pastor the Rev Ben P. On Dec :tl, an adult :New': Starke Fla. 301 S.
--- Bryant officiating Interment Year's. Eve: Party is to be held
Crosby Lake Cemetery with in the Parish Mall beginning at
I DeWitt C Jones Funeral 9 pm.
Home in charge of the Religious education classes
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FIRE DEPARTMENT! There will be a meeting of LAWTEJby day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Warren of
the Administrative Board on Mrs. Leonard Norman and Maxviile attended services at Community
Regular business meetingwill Sunday night Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Calvary Baptist of Starke
be Tuesday, Dec. 28 at HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Phone 782-3300 and sons. Sunday morning and was a
7:30: p.m. Plan to attend! Sunday School 10 a.m.; Worship and sister, Pastor and Mrs. Dobbs in St. Vincent's Hospital dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
I Services 11 a.m. and 6 Jim Hall and family. Jacksonville. She and Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wain- Donald Wilkison.Mr. .
CI1UKCII ACTIVITIES p.m.; Prayer Meeting, Wed- Miss Elizabeth Terry and her brother Bill Dobbs admitted wright, Sr Mr. A.B. Wain- and Mrs. John Tye News
Miss Arthurlne wright Jr., and son, Mr. and
nesday 7:30: pm. Blanchard him Sunday morning.Mrs. attended a Christmas dinner
CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday visited her sister Miss Enza Sidney Hansen was a Mrs. James Richardson and party at the home of Mr. and
School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser- School 10 a.m.; Worship Ser Blanchard, and Mrs Thelma Monday dinner guest of her family, and Mrs Lissie Mrs. Robert Lee for Postal By Elizabeth Givens Walker
vices 11 a.m. and 7 vices 11 and Wilson of Baker County Starling all of Jacksonville,
pm-; a.m. 7:30: p.m.; sister, Mrs. Walter Martin. Employees on Saturday night.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7 Nursing Home of Macclennyon The occasion was to celebrateMrs. Walter Starling of Starke, and Miss Billie Doreen Wilson of Dell Chapter ItIN OKS: 7:45: Evening Worship.
7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday 7:30: Friday afternoon. Hansen's birthday. Mrs. Elise Norman gathered Birmingham Ala. arrived The regular meeting of Dell St. Johns Missionary
p.m.SMYRNA Will
: MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Alridge Ronnie McClellan, of at the home of Mrs. Darlene Sunday Dec. 19 and is Chapter will not be held this tist Church- Rev. \
p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST and family of Shelbyville, Ky., Norman and sons on Saturday Christmas and New Huffman. Monday 12 noon
BAPTIST: : Sunday School 10 Vidalia, Ga., was a Monday spending week. The next will be held
SUnday School 10 a.m.; Wor a.m.; Worship Services 11 spent Christmas week withMr. overnight guest of his parents, evening for a Pre-Christmas Year's with her parents Col. Jan. 13, 1977 at 8 p.m. in the Prayer Band; Wednesday
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: and Mrs. Tommy Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. dinner party and to exchange and Mrs. William Wilson. Masonic Hall on Brownlee Prayer Meeting and Bible
p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m. ; Prayer pm.; Prayer Meeting Wed- and family and other re Mrs. Ruth Buck of gifts. of Friends of Arlie Dobbs Street. All members are in- Class 5:30: ; Thursday night
Meeting Wednesday 7 (I.m. nesday 7:30: p.m. latives. Daytona Beach attended ser Jeffrey McClellan, Robert son regret to learn that he is a vited to be present for this Choir rehearsal 5:30: ;
FAITH' BAPTIST: Radio ST JOHNS MISSIONARY Miss Lynn Whaley and Mr. vices at Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. patient in St. Vincent's Hos very important meeting. Christmas rehearsal each
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on BAPTIST; Sunday School 10 and Mrs. Lynn Boch, were Church on Sunday and McClellan of Heilbron Springswas pital.! Our prayers are with Greater Allen Chapel- evening 5:30.: The annual
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; a.m.; Worship Services 11 Sunday dinner guests of their was a guest of her cousins, a Saturday overnight him. Rev. R.G. Heastie, pastor. Christmas program is Friday I
Worship Services 11 a.m. and a.m. and 3 p.m.; on Second grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. guest of his grandparents, Mr. Mrs James Waters and The Christmas Program that night 7:30: visitors are always
7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting and Fourth Sundays. Prayer Wilkinson, and mother Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Hall and son Bob and Mrs. Les McClellan. daughter-in-law Mrs. J.S. was scheduled for the 26th was welcome. 10:10: a.m. Sunday
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Band at Noon on Mondays. Daisy Boch. of Jacksonville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperand Wed- Waters, and children attendedthe held last Sunday Dec. 19, 3 School; 11 Morning Worship; 3p.m.
GRACE O.J. Boyette and daughter, son of Starke were Christmas at Worship.
UNITED: guests of her son and Program pm.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Evening
METHODIST: : Sunday School PERSONALSMr Miss Cheryl, went to Grace- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. nesday evening dinner guestsof First Baptist Church of Sunday. The first quarterly Macedonia Freewill Baptist
9:45: a.m.. Worship Services ville to pick up his mother, Les McClellan. They had their grandparents, Mr. and Middleburg with her son and conference will be held ChurchWednesday night
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer and Mrs. N.C Murphyand Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr., and dinner with Mrs. Alma Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Other daughter-in-law. and Mrs. Sunday. Dec. 26. 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible
Circle Wednesday 9 a.m.. family of Huntsville, Ala., brought her back to Lake City. Thompson at her restaurant in guests were Mr.Waldo and Mrs.who Mike Waters and family on service with Rev. R.E. Lamb Study ; Community Prayer
Good News Rap meeting, were Saturday overnight Mrs. Frank Camp Lake Butler. Horace Cox of Sunday night Dec. 19. Presiding Elder in charge. All Meeting Thursday 8 p.m.,
Wednesday 7-30 p.m. guests of their brother-in-law sponsored the Business and MRs. Fred Moore was a spent awhile with them on Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey boards are asked to have Sunday School 10; 11 Morning
Professional Women's Club Friday morning. On Saturday attended the Senior Citizens Worship 5 Evening
I Wednesday dinner guest of son-in-law and written reports in to the pastor ; p.m.
Christmas dinner at her houseon afternnon their
Christmas Party at Senior .
daughter Mrs. Renee Friday night.
Friday night at 7:30.: There Thompson of Jacksonville.While daughter Mr. and Mrs. L.II. Citizens Club of Hampton Friday Free Cannon True Church Zion.11...:. Church-
were nine couples present there she also visited Harper visited them. night. of God In UnityElder Rev Richard Bethel.
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of her sister Miss Rachel Boyer.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John and Tye Mrs. Wayne Gustafson, Sampson White pastor Thursday night the annual
Tallahassee who was visiting and Mrs. Frederick attended the Business Miss Chris Dobbs, Mrs. Tuesday night 7:30: Prayer Christmas program will be
her daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Prescott and Mrs. Darlene Professional Women's Club Ernest Hewitt and Mrs. Arlie Mtg. : Wednesday Tarrying held at 7:30: ; Sunday School 10
Hearrin of Orlando, came to dinner party at the home of Dobbs visited her husband 11 Morning Worship.
Norman and sons were Sun- service; Friday Bible Study. am.
Lawtey to visit her dad. Arlie Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp ont Arlie Dobbs in St. Vincent'sHospital
Sunday School 10 a.m. Evening Worship 4pm.
i :t; Friday! and night Mrs at 7 Frank p.m.Mr. Camp Sunday afternoon., Jacksonville on Morning Worship 11 and 7 :MoriahRev Pleasant Grove Willie and Stitt.Mt.
t% ;} } f tr. fttV at
;itit.\ t attended a Christmas Party B.J. Tom Talley went to pm.New Bethel and Kbenezer Monday night Young Adult

,:,' "" -, .".;\"",. .,... ."!4is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Augusta. Ga., last week for a Baptist ('hurch,,"- Rev L.R. Choir rehearsal; Tuesday
:; t Boles of Starke on Saturday few days on business. Davis New Bethel services: night Young Junior Choir rehearsal
}) J : I night. ] and Bible ; Wednesday night
t t -------------- Prayer Meeting
)it\ { Study Wednesday night 3 p.m. Prayer Meeting; Thursday
the Fellowship Hour: night Bible Study; Friday
SERVICE MEN StarkeElctucntut.y Ebenezcr Bible Study night 7:30: the annual
Thursday night. Christmas program will be
;>':' '.;'I::!:"" :(j'I'; t.; ..r Gotl's :Miracle Deliverance held.Mt.
oi WJ : : : Commander Realer OutreachElder Singleton : :Moriah-Tuesday night
1 ;.i
.. Assists In Rescue Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Prayer Meeting: Sunday
... .ir, :" '. Morning Worship 11 am.: School 9:30: ; 3 p m. FellowshipHour
/' '<.f .'.:.:; Coast Guard Lieutenant NewsThe Evening Worship at 7:30.: will be held at !New:
y Commander Richard J. Bethel.
:Monday Prayer Band 7:30:
Beaver son of !Mr and Mrs. pm. Thursday Prayer Antioch :Missionary
Thomas 11. Beaver Route 1. Starke ElementaryParent :Meeting 7:30: : )1IYPU) 5:30.arl'ah'r : BaptistRev Dennis Strong.
Box 3A. Starke, assisted in the Teacher OrganizationPTO ( Bethlehem Freewill Thursday 7:30: Prayer
C? rescue of three fishermennear ( > met December 13 and Baptist ChurchRev.. :Meeting: Sunday School 10
/ the Virginia coast. was entertained by a !special Jasper Williams. Monday a m. ; Morning Worship 11
iGc'rryeChristmas Commander Beaver is the program of Christmas music night 7:30: Tiny Tots re am. Choir Union 3 pm in

;:. ; :. h1 ,,, ,, executive officer of the U.S. presented by students in hearsal Tuesday night 7:30: Putnam Hall.
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: : ':: Ij'i: .-:; :::: :.. Coast Guard cutter Taney, and the 6th NAACPThere .
; I.r. !:f.i. ': !grades 1 1.3. grade Prayer :Meeting Wednesday
'S', t? ; ; homeported in Portsmouth, chorus under the direction of Senior Choir rehearsal: will be a called
And our best t ::;.: ;; 0.f: il%lU Va.The new music teacher. :Mrs\ Thursday Story Hour; Friday meeting of the Bradford
The warmth of many old Tanney rescued three Deborah W'oodfin.During night Junior Choir rehearsal. County Branch of NAACP
p for a great friendships! Is most May Bethlehem's child fishermen of the sinking 65 the business Sunday is Trustee Day Monday December 27 8 p.m.
New Year. glowing at Christmas.TEXACO, bring new joy and peaceto foot shrimp boat Lady Eva. meeting the PTO allocated Sunday School !9:30.: 11 at Pleasant Grove United
all the world. Taney responded to Lady $1.800 for playground :Morning\ Worship Dinner will :Methodist Church. All \ :
Kva's distress call, while on improvements for the school. be served 12:30: and 6 p.m. members and interested ,II'
Ocean Weather Station Hotel President Jim Hester The First Burn Church. of citizens are invited to attend. I
some 250 miles northeast of reported on two spl'clalents The Living GodElder; S VCohens New \Hope Baptist Church- .
the Virginia Capes. Lady Eva lobe sponsored bv the PTO In Tuesday night 7 43 Rev I. W :Mosely\ Weeklv ;
John Fuquay Charles Fuquay I (](jJ C [Bl1I was enroute to Solomons February a fish fry and talent Prayer Service. Friday Choir rehearsal each
Island. Md: from llouma. La., show with allt types of student Tarrying sen ices. Sunday Saturday night The
when rough weather and seas talent and arts and crafts to be School 10-3(1.; ( :Morning Christmas Program will !>t'
& Employees Of : vrr pounded her until she startedto shown. A field day frolics Worship II'.!n. YI'CW 6 p m. held Thursday night at H p in.
leak badly In spite of the featuring games and contestsfor
poor weather conditions the parents and children will .
FUQUAYTAXI three crew members of the be held in :May\ Stiirki- EIt'l1It'ntnr\. .........,..?.?.

Hwy 301 404 W. Madison St. Lady Eva were rescued After the business meeting about joining/( the 4-11 club. January 17 :Miss\ :Mt-rrm Is a
FUQUAYCARPETCLEANERS safely although the shrimp and music program everyone Winston Barber of the rel'ent'graduate ol the
Starke, Florida Sgt./(
boat sank later that night.
Starke, FloridaI enjoyed refreshments Fill' presented a program/( of University of Florida and
FUQUAY SHELL STATION He is a 1M! >4 graduate of the provided by parents of
bicycle and pedestrian safety interned at Starke
964-5221 U S. Coast Guard Academy.New children in grades 1. 3:). and 5
to classrooms ol students with Mrs.
FUQUA AMOCO 21 Elementary BetlycHaus.
London Conn., with a and parents were given the
Next To Piggly Wiggly The students enjoyed this .
bachelor of science degree. to visit with theirl'hlld's
opportunity program very much. :Mrs. Strong has a new baby
teacher.Devotional We are very happy to greet girl. :Mrs Redding a new baby
I for the meeting three new teachers at Starke boy and :Mrs.\ Nichols a new\ '
| CENTRAL HEAT & AIR was given by Starke foleml'ntarIrs: Cynthia 1 baby girl.
I Elementary students Craig (Cindy :Mitchell lI rdel'. We congratulate one of our
Sapp and Harold Skcen daughter of Frank and Adelle paraprofessionals, Colleen
Let Lowell 1'arrish spoke to t the :Mitchell\ of Stnrk Cindy :Nichols: on her recent
I ', us explain our energy :3th and (6th grade students recently graduated trom the marriage to :Mitch\ Brannen.
University'of Florida alter Physical education studentsof
interning al Southside the week are Tammy
I saving system Elementary: "IthIrs:\ Dempsey third grade: Dexter
: l'arolynCanoga :Mrs Hardce Robinson fourth grade
o.r ,. replaces Rita :Nichols: i 1m Title :Michelle Brown, fifth grade-
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I COMPLETELY'j' I remainder ol the term on grade
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substituting tor :Mrs Emma W relsThe HO
I Strong in 3th grade :Mrs
Strong is out until January :ion
I maternity leave, Ann and
May everyone her husband. Bill reside in
share In 'j' 1490 Starke Ann is a former Title I III
teacher at Southside and also! ancient Egyptians
full measure II taught in her home state of included books on howto
the hope and 4 Alabama reach the other world
:Miss Carol :Mernn is when they entombed their
peace of fl ((2-TON SYSTEM) I substituting for trd grade mummies.

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the meeting Mrs carols. This class then served
by Dolores Meng Brazil. lie is now and l\frs. Lawrence Cos- Hampton Elementary PTA opportunity for a better physi- Following Shields' sixth grade coffee, fruit punch, Christmas
1611.1915 in from Waldo and Mrs. Monday evening, Dec 20. cal education for all age Carole
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Phone Cecil Field class presented ,a delightful cake and cookies to the large
SALE Mrs. Ruby Evey from Lawtey Principal Connie Clark, on groups. and led the group who enjoyed their
lIampton Christian ('hurchMembers Wabasso and Gifts were exchanged and behalf of the committee ap- Mrs. Jolene Friese was pre- Christmas play
Christmas production
Butler of carols sung by the pointed to recommend allot- sented an engraved plaque by audience In singing

Notice is hereby given that I, and friends of the recent visitors of accompanied by Paul ment of the recent Halloween Mr. Roberts on behalf of the .. .

Dolph E. Reddish 88 sheriff of Hampton Christian Church Mrs Belle Brown with his guitar Mr. Carnival profits, suggested PTA In gratitude for her .\ ,., !.:,...:
Bradford County, Florida under :
dish read a Christmas that a gt'Ddeslc efforts as Carnival chairman. ;
enjoyed II covered supper comet" /
and by virtue of Writ of F:
Mrs Ruth Riddick had
at their Christmas party in the and entertained with chased for use oy eu p.._

Execution Execution, to'Wlt issued: out of City Hall on Dec. 18. There SCHOOL \ and anecdotes Eugene school children. ThIs Is avail- available Tupperware catalogs : !

was candy for the children was the lucky winner able from a firm in Texas at and order blanks for
of Bradford
County Court and a gift exchange. Members Following a the door prize for the an approximate cost of $768. those desiring to assist the ;;;.
County pursuant to a
Final Judgement for Florida of thIs Church distributed study of the The group present voted on Bradford Band Boosters Club 03h ,;;
Christmas baskets on Dec. 22. Hampton this purchase which will be in sponsorship for the trip of
Bank Starke of Starke
at assembled the school the Marching Band to Guate-
children from the 1st on
Florida Kuhne and defendant against Mary in the J. Symnathy of the community 3rd grades visited SCHOOL NEWS grounds and will furnish an mala next Spring.

with goes to 1\1rs. "'rancesWadsworth vl'rsity of Florida
amount of $532.20 together 1t
Dec. to $
t whose sister Gainesville. On Monday afternoon
costs of collection. died recently in had the High School Drama
in Elzle Day There they
Have aeszed and have my
possession the following des.Crlbed Plant City. guides to explain visited Hampton Ele-
Little Fred Pet'ples, Jr. is structed replica of School and staged a
personal property to'wit: Within
I 1968 Fad 4 door 1.0. recuperating at home following Indian village of production about
hospitalization for were toys on Christmas edCe
Number 8B53F218344As They 1" .
pneumonia. His father is also terestL in a mask Means Now

the property of the above making steady improvement the small features of The class came dressed in ,
he is used Ann and Andy coso M- No other time as
named defendant and that on with the good care reo Indians, tools ; :
I Tuesday the 28th day of relying at home following dolls clothing. a Ballerina jewelry Peace Of Mind "?' the Christmas/ means
December, 1976 at twelve surgery.Mr. homes Jack-in-the-box. a !,: so much to ell/ of us.
J.W lIorne who is The also bear and cat, and :
I o'clock Noon on said day on the group '
Claus. The school Always. (
premises of the Bradford County a patient at Bradford County UniversIty Art

Jail!. I will offer for sale and sell Hospital is wished a speedy they saw the works of appreciated all the The greatest story
of this talented ,
to the highest bidder for cash In recovery by his friends Gainesville painter, group ever told unfolds anew:

hand, the above described Mrs :Margaret Wadsworth Purser. The The children and faculty -Ankh FI1J1PJt1Lt -I-lontel Christ Is born. .'
f property of said defendant to and children visited their :Mrs John Connell, treated to a two hour .,:
cousin Myra Snowden in teer lecturer entitled "Monkeys Go ,
I satisfy the aforesaid Execution Gainesville on Dec 13. After a Gallery visited the as a Christmas Located South of Starke on 301

session with from the staff on Dec
taking slides
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Bradford picture presented
County, Florida their cousin Jimmy "Fisher life of this artist prior to their Christmas Serving Bradford and Surrounding
uho Is the quarterback for the studio and the early holiriays. CrownCentral
University of Florida football landscape pictures Mrs Susie Loll and Counties. Complete Modem Facility
12/2 4tchg team they had a good discussion he is famous.To Wendy, and \lrs.: Serving All Faiths. Blalocks

about the game of make the day Uverholser were among

I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE football. They all enjoyed the children had an enjoying the delicious

refreshments of Christmas with Santa Claus at dlllner served by :Mrs "Our Goal Is To Be Worthy

.1 Notice is hereby given that cookies and pun'h. the :\Iall. They Derkman and her as- Meat Mkt.
Lumber Co.
I I. Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of Dan Walling celebrated the Christmas on Dec. 21, in the Of Your Confidence"

Bradford County Florida under her 6th birthday Dl'C. 21 with and riding on the cafeteria

and by virtune of Writ of her first grade classmates at a School personnel 731 N. Lake
Execution to-Wit: school party and a lovely cake panying the : 964-5757 Hwy 301 S.

Execution Issued out of made bv her mother. :\lr... Jean Clark, \ PTA :MEETING: :\ Starke, Florida

County Court of Alachua D J. Riddick celebrated his Kuykendall. 1\1r. : Doyle M. Archer Archie M. Tanner Starke, Florida

County Florida pursuant to a I It lth birthday on Dec. 11\ with a Roger Rich, Mrs. Don Roberts, president 964-6725

Final Judgement for Boyd skating party for III frIends at Zimmerman and \ at the meeting of the LF.D L.F.D 964.7490 .

Baisden d/b/a Coop Laundries the Starke skating rink. They Thomas. The I

of Florida Inc.. and against finished the celebrating wIth parents OPEN EVERY

Kwk Kar Wash Inc. defendant hamburgE'rs French fries and chaperoning the : .., -in 11'1 I led' EJ.aGLE
.ODA..O..hO. :a p.int. !
,in the amount of $2.299 02 cokes at MacDonald's. :\lrs. Cathy : _Ithh..llb.ou..h.'o'ou.. see'H"1 cesmrn '1.;;..
to_. to_ dl.d .. INCLUDING SUNDAY
pI. .. ..... ,
together with costs of Navy Chief Ag 7 Donald H. Susie Lott 1\1rs. H "' ''H

collection Wilson arrived at the Gainesville :\lrs. Jolene : $2.99 :::.?J>:"::"";,'" awn WInOD'wArt pike' I AND CHRISTMAS EVE

Have seized and have in my Airport on Dee 19 to Williamson.trs.! :\

possession the following spend some time with his holler :\lrs. Bobble .,
desCribed personal property to- family after spending some and Robert Smith. : -

wt: time as a Meteorologist in Burton was the '" '

The KWlk Kar Wash bUilding driver for the day. : :I l I -

and eqUipment located on State The following/ I : j.i
Highway 16 in Starke Aonda. LEtiRLS children drew I ;

As the property of the above wrote stories

named defendant and that on NOTICE OF INTENTION favorite experience

Monday the 10th day of TO REGISTER held trip. id :1 /
January 1977 at twelve o'cloc k On Dec ti :Mrs :':
t Noon on said day on the and Huger Rich '

premises of the Kwk Kar Wash the Kindergarten _
Pursuant to Section 865.09Florida .
Building I will. offer for sale and Gainesville .L1
Statutes notice IS
sell t" the highest bIdder for hereby that the they heard stories .. '
cash In hand the above described Frances McNeish joyed a puppet : : .
of said. defendant visited Santa : < [
property they j-
Route i. Box 9.A. Starke cat/ax'
to satlslfy the aforesaid Florida, 32091. dOing business Brothers and )' B SAYE OP TO 3,15 '4

Execution. under the form name of "THE stuffed dolls and /
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff AUTO CLINIC" 435 Madison l'orating the :\ : '

Bradford County, Florida D. Starke 1 ITianne Davis :\ G \
Street Budding .

12 16 4tchg 1.6. Bradford County Florida isltod Horne and with:\lrs.this 1 GN DlscoUNr P.CES, Wf.tsuau.n i4/J/ r.
32001. Intends to register said 1 '
fictitious name under the Burton the bus N'v I

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT provISIons of aforesaid statute took along her L CUFU '-DIIIITIUCTIIOIlIO Zr i( E
children \. CU- IIl4 + lr +
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Frances McNeish owner. ? W 11f rEy w vy.i .

COUNTY CIVIL ACTION Florida December A 0 1976 at Starke S \,"T.\ \ : t \ I.I-E 111011 STUll USU OIlDIIIAIIY. OIlY jq s % 1' 1p .E pr VALUE 1 US! :KA

CASE No 76389 12'23 41chg 1 13 Tn SCI H M 1" TAr WATEII, 1 'II,

In re The Marriage of RAY ANAL .
Hampton .hl EWASL/i OwDRCOU"IPi. ,
husband and WANmA ANN /
Cs- Bradford County Board of the personal visit a.f't' DISPENSER 'alit pDlyener or us pear blInds Rich, bronze et' Clmll( corduroy .,lft

Defendant CommisSioners hereby gives each of the tot ,"ltICIltDilS top stltclIHo S XL liJ Sftl"llnl pile SillS S. M L. XIJI I
notice of ,intent to purchase a
NOTICE OF SUIT 'lark prindpal. ,
used motor grader not e. ; '
NO PROPERTY seat of honor in .# ;
1000 hours .
seeding 1
TO: WANETTA ANN WOOD The bids. will be opened and library. here T 21 PC. SET, THESE BES
for their \Isit. --l.
HAM 663 Parkland Apts Apt reading will be no later than carne 1 STAINLESS. ;k '1 .4.
JOYl'l the different SLIPPERS .
02, Loveland Ohio 1000 A M on Monday January W000 WADDLES .
the : :
"Hudolph .
10. 1977 The Bradford County 6.96 / i ..,- .
Ht'mdl'l'r. "Jingle A .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Commissioners. the CeiUe1NI1 ( _
that an action for dissolution of reserves other songs with DISC PsC[ e V M I It i
right to accept or reject any or all ,
children ,
has been filed against "
bids, whichever will be In the J '
you Wanetta Ann Woodham best Interest of Bradford :Mrs Evelyn: Smtd's VALUE PLUS!' SAYE 1.25 iii aitr .:
along as VALUE PLUS! .
and you are reqUired to serve a R,3
A of the bid
County. copy request "" -
assisted eeP .:;::>"
copy of your written defenses If and specification can be filled lit giving 6 9 6 7 71 21 PD, Disc L1 .. y "1 J'-
any to ,it t. on the plaintiff'sattorney obtained by contacting the candy FUTWIRE SET, I eECw ,-+, '- "'

whose name and Office of Clerk Circuit Court at Inosh orange Imam picked SUPER LOW )ISCOUNT P.Cf, DISCOUNT P.ce, WAS 1,11 CNAONE Eb1 Ma'1 A \ T .' ,"......i ii' !II
morning a aa.eoT
address IS the Bradford County Court 1C.. CDGIWAIIt sn. 'UE' nUTII TDISTIII-0ILEIL 5 96 slrE uti7 <) SAVE 1 15"'; ,..JEIIAMEL
I law thorne
Dudley P Hardy Esquire a Disc PsCS WAS 3.U +
US, MUll. ...
house Starke. Florida all FUT. IIUTI. COOIIS OIlICI. Price ..
Those DISC A
PI..rcl' & Hardy P A 12 23 2tchg 12 30 Senior < r IIYNIAIM AVOCADO FAST IAOILIND OA i0OAS1IM1 WT-IIIIIIUn IIln 10E13e43 ... 8 8'
P 0 Drawer 1030 Hampton IUPlIII FOil !
:Starke. _Florida, 3 091 111 proIdlltjot the r A L UE PLUS VALUE (LOSr VALUE PLU4,r r Ingttel ei ehidmu. atN sER OISCDUNI PHI([ WAS 2N Discount Piece +AE 1.11

and fIle the original, with the Sealed bIds will be accepter In the children were:: : 1-0l. CREST _'fe d i MILITIAY-TT/t NIN CADION E'" Q Df CDllfy cozy Slippers! Our fa""tIllect. "' MEN'S SNOAT SLEIVE 0115$ (NITS IN A SILE! MIX OF100TH1131E

clerk of the above styled court the office of the BUSIress :\Irsrthur iLr;. e[ POCKET AIDIO, STEEL, I PC. Q ... IS strlld tD '"III SAINTS NEED NO INONINC ACETATE-NYLON-LOMC SLEEYIS63c

on or before January 11. 1977, Manager laWley Correctl.Jnal: ll'Waters.Ir: : SOW STATE NNIFESET I ererlae ItppT Meet 11l, Astg.tbleed itpdyestnott yp.II to for toe scent
otherwise be Institution S 200B North P 0 \\ III rid Fontaine :\ _S 5.10, c/ltldli./ S 10 J a ii solids aid pulls S.5.1, XL. Omani, the pant colon S to It
a ludgtlment(
may 3 88 yl .97
entered against you for the relief Box 229. laWley. Florida i2068 1'0\\11 anti WAS !re ? ? SAVE _Oti ..: 4 v

demanded ,in the complaint or until. 500 P M January 3.! 1977 :Mrs Evelyn: : I-AZ. SECAE11Disc PRKt Disc PR CE ?

pt'tltlon. for the sale of will for the period .lI1dlrs.: Wlllld' PEASPIRANTSPAST a ttS VALUE PLUS! 1 1r D
of January 15. 1977 through ('rescent. ('itySFNIIIrs \ .
my hand and the 1.09 Ij
seal of Solid Court on December June 30. 1977A '" VALUE rLU5: t'i VALUE /lUS! FIIOAEILItN s"

p 3. 1976. copy of the b.d LAP 0 I fAlMif, aDf.i.96
M MflM1
specifications may be obtained :: ) E'I: UIU 0 2110. SET in rr
during normal working hours in 'IIItIST\1 UNOMAAN 0
As Clerk of said Court ACIOAM FM iVOCADO DDLI G
the Business Mmager's office 1111110AICOMOL iS "
By' Beulah M Moody i 1J d '; P..cef t
As Deputy Clerk The award will be made to the \pprolInatel I 23C 9.DiscouN1 3.DISC
highest, bidder BIds wIll be t'nJood the
PeCu88 PMC96! r
12 9 4tchg 12 30 opened at 1000 A M January served al the p 1 rD
4. 1977 Club l'hrlSll11dS ,
F -t t. ( 4f / 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION 12 23 2tchg 12 30 t.\t'lling. Dec 17 r., E $ SIVE n" t a

11.111 / r2e96
TO REGISTER The H..IIas 1 'SA iii TIlEllIIIALluuun.. ALOES UP TO t{
l'or.ltt'd (lor the
f'WSU.IIt to Section 865 09 HEARING was attended by u NNIENAWEIS 7.88'DISCOUNT

Florida Statutes notice IS out-ol-to\\n :\11' : psiC[ WAS 3.51 Fill MEN surd LOW DISCOUNT IRK!
hereby given, that theundrrsigne(1 Notice IS hereby given that the ) 0
Charles :\ /A r C ISIS' ill/ SLEEVE IAESS / 2,44 iss" 'OLYESTtII DDU.LUIITSws
Lewis MArington City Starke. Florida will hold a
Easlle. S l' :\ t ,11 1 w SAINTS, POLTESIEA COTTON FILM .11 .f TilE TOP MUEASGMM
Rt 1 Bo..17 A Public Hearing at 7 00 pm. 2.N
Slhlub from : : .
End 1 bit sdaoa. d solids, CIleJcI DllJllncl Dllnt hllD1l1MlCblll
Starke Florida 32091 doing December 28. 1976 dt City :\lr and :Mrs l 1 t t ( talpes, pettent. pie cop., / II .'llIJbll. .eR celaL 2' U
huslnt.oos order.. the form name" of Council Chambers. City Hall ;
from Fast t
'STAR"E AUTO AND TRUCK 2c9 North Thompson Street, ;
Ohio :\Ir and :
SERVICE:' 402 Temple Avenue. Starke Florida. for the purpose "1-Q
SIhalib from aL isl r r _SAVE Ili( _SHE I AQl \
Starke Bradford County of receIving public comment to AYMEN'S
:\lr and :Mrs i .
Florida 32091. Intends to the proposed Community IIrannt'n from 0 / 1 v"._ >Y 1 MISSES' SLEEP- PILT CITi1N f UI.Ltll

register said fictitious, name Development Program whICh :\lr and :Mrs IA LNNCE V-TIPS 5TAETCM NYLON

under the provisions of aforesaid will be Included In the from Lake \Ito. :\ : VALVE PLUS! DAFT11S,1 SIZE FIN MISSES SIDES
stdtute. Application for a Discretionary
Lewis.! M Arrington owner Block Grant from the United Jut Kerrlldn 1.00 2.88 7.88 2 1.00

Dated this,! 23rd day of States Department of HouSIng j WAS LNMITI WASEM %
December A 0 1976 .ot Starke. and Urban Development arz/ ( OFF -THESE Suptl LOW DISCOUNT PIICI WtRiLllf

Florida The purpose of the 3 SELECTlOIl-UIDUI fI'fli

12 23 4tchg 1 13CSJBE1 Community Development Plan IS TOYS NSUTAy IECOAATINI, \\1''
to provide a program whIch will -.. r l S1rE LOt
benenf.t. low or moderate ... L II" rUIII SEAN, 4 AOSA. II" NOTAlI[ JACATUC ;AYE 1.11 E '
Income families,, aid In the ( '
or .. ""rT" : :. 1IAL41E44 S! /" usTii nLlEfnl / '
< 98C' __ ? 1
I prevention or elimination of y : ..,2.44 .0.. 1.97 .r 1.01roc : \ I 1 D'.OS\
1d NOW! slums or blight or meets other I t r"-- 1,11. MIAlIE SN01T IN P, INIEt,1IOU. PIIA IF 12" v 4 FUNNEL VOE STIIEOME// l SLAVES

community development needs I I JI-PG TU sn W/flIW' WITS /UNKIA{ EYES NI151111W TIIII, I. II, L CREASE PSI MEN

Christmas Gifts having a particular urgency I INt \ : ... 4N ... 3.3 1 GI.e.. 1.33 I i +\ 2 88 i I

Lrvinit cups have beer I within the City of Starke area ry O.SNOONEAPOOL TAILS LSIN-A l/NI/N/ 57 / f 12.88\ I 1.57

a8socla14. with ceremonies oj r All .interested parties are WITI Z SCOIIIIEr'IIIS + PJLSTSTEM /I I DISC race
different sorts over thcentun. e invited. to attend and be heard. i
very IU''' PRKi
..... They have' come t u J Jsymbohze CIty CommiSSion City of Starke w.rTOo4 ...., ..'.e( r .., a... ... 3.94 _..liu... 11.31 t I I I

both happy sham. Bv Merrill Edwards e'yb.e ,i' '.Je< .

pIOns in athletics and hnpp\ City, Clerk W oot0 PSQPLE EAGLE,THE CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison St. Pack Reg & Kings Super & 100'S
couples in wedlock ;ycAr CPPsi 11" a FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES CIGARETTES t1J
TW.iet wAits.
964.7513 SIC $411 $491
Ite"l1 '2 23 Te&u.-.c :0..,e, : Carton CartonLERLS




23. 1976 TELEGRAPH Page IS


the students of Southside Claus for the kindergarten

Elementary school thru third graders who got a

participated in a Christmas chance to talk to Santa.

Carol Sing on Tuesday On Monday students

morning in the cafeteria. watched a play The Chirstmas

The carol singing was Toys presented by the

followed by a visit from Santa Bradford High School Drama


Dental Hygienist Angle

Post 56 Cancels Penisi from Dr. Parson's

office in Keystone visited Mrs.

Lynn Stevens' class on
Dec. 28 MeetingDue Tuesday and gave a talk on

dental care.
to the holiday season

cancelled its regular bimonthly FOR RENTFOR FOR SALECHRISTMAS Floriland Realty

meeting scheduledfor .

December 28. SUPER BEETLE -
Post commander R.G. 1974 automatic trs.emumbo. BRADFORD COUNTY RENT 12 foot wide TRE.SCed.r Wishes 4tr7wiIlr
AM/FM HOSPITAL II now mobile home outside city II per loot. Phone
Patterson will announced be the next clean good condition. radio 12,300, application for RN accepting, LPN, limit. Phone 964-6111 or "iiSHIL 1 _Jl/i ?i t I!. 1?!?3 I OEOROE ROBERTS
meeting held
Tuesday, Phone 782-3619 and OR TECHNICIANS. tU-tm.. .TFchgBRADFORD. J A Merry ; I
11 7:30 Lawtey. : __-._ FOR SALE: Diamond INSNNAICLwn ;
January :
pmCLASSIFIED ItPd 12/23 Phone 964-6000, Director ofNune. needled for HU UIITINorm
.. any over I ... Ave
.. 12/16 4uhg 1/6 different Tempts ,0STARKE.
217 ? have
VILLAGE ones we > FLORIDA Christmas 6- REALTY
GRAND PRIX 1975.! APARTMENTS 1 BR, them. all. Dahmer' 17091 -
AD '
: raven. black, PS, PB, AC modern furnished AC, carpet Ilt.cuun. :..1'FcbgWATSON'S !_
Power window, tilt WANTEDWANTED walk'' In closet. garden : G
Deadline for Insertion steering, AM/FM/8 track! Happy
; patio off street parking. 315 HOUSE: OK
Tuesday Noon preceding $300 equity with 31 pay West Washington Street, VACUUMS Many brand trI5i --

Thursday before Phone ment 964 ilOl. .62/month. Farm and phone.!!! 984.8001TF/chg-:!!!!!(! of new vacuum Used
publics lion.Minimllm. mach.equlp.vehicles. -
3BR. LR DR Ig. Family
Itpd 12/23 ....
Let u* ell. your .p.Ir..1I 01. Partd and Room fireplace on 20 Cecelia Terwillegar
barge'2.1H1) surplus for you. Open Monday acceHHorlea for all vacuum acre with barn Graham
(Covers 15 Words) 1971 VEGA Good con through Saturday 8:30 FOR SALE Built-in central vacuum area, To AII Real Facts On REAL ESTATEWant
dillon AC, Radio, 4 speed, to 6. cleaning ayHtemd. 40i !NW terms.-
Northeast Florida
word -
over to trade up? Why not? We will be delightedto
$SIX). Phone 964-5595. Itpd Equipment Auction Kith Avenue. Gainesville
1(1( cents US 17, Hampton Lake, beautiful
handle the transaction. We have listings of higher
12/23. ____--- North Green. Cove Spring. ALUMINUM: WINDOWS Phone 3767110. TrchgtOll shaded lot ready for a We Hope To Be homes which available and can sell
priced are your
pjion284-5977.!! TF/ehgj! Single hung and awning.36\ house
All ('lalsUieddot
must be it to "up" to a better
1972 FORD VAN V-S x 8 8.50; 30 x 27 SAL.arm: and - property making easy move
paid for in advance unless with air condition. Body WANTED Used refrlgerator 111 JO; 18 x 52 II'.50: 46 construction machequip. SR 1110( S. large mobile. Of ServiceTo house.

you. have an established rough but engine I I. strong; *, ....her., and x 52 $2700:; MAN vehicle Open Monday home lot. Well and septic There's always a market for any dwelling
account with the run good; 1300. See at moves In good condition. Call OTHER: SUKS.: BARGAIN through Saturday S:30) to 6. tank You In 1977 whether moderately priced or more expensive. So,
Telegraph in thai event si Bradford Telegraph 115: Dahmer'a Discount 984- CENTER South tfnchg Consignments welcome - moving into a different price level is really not that

cents extra charge for West C.IISt.eet. phone_96463p5.TFehg 7923. Tr/chg _____ !Northeast Florida Equip: Connerly Estates: SR 16. 2 Pearl Andreu.. .Astix. difficult. We can find the right home for you if we
Auction. US 17, North *
billing./ Not responsible for ____ meet mi. from town beautiful 1164.77.19'tA'UP.JOM don't already have a listing on one that suits your
10.20 i Green 'ove "' Phone
errors when given( over the PATIO 'DYER brick home, 3BR, 2B. LR \ special requir.ments.T.lephone .
phone or when copy is..mtit PLYMOUTH FURY III MISCELLANEOUSNEED In.tll1l..d.90. : l'nln.talled. 2815977! :. TF/ch0--:: _..._ Ig. family room and Keg Broker. today and let's discuss your needs and
1972 4 door. 360. A/C. etc. $150. Gator Mobile Home kitchen central air & heat
typed and brought to the 9B+M7B of homes in
SM77W availability our area.
Good condition. Beit offer Service 50U2 N,W. 13th St., FOR SALE Mobile Home. Paved drive
office. ----
Phone 473-3382. 12/16 1I0MEIMPROVEMENTS at Five Star Mobile Home. Part and supplies. OI.IN'SMIIBII.E -
OR 372.9767,Gainesville. HOME: SALES: NEEDED: Homes in good repair under $30,000.
TFchgMOTORCYCLES' Ifnchg New blk.. home. In town
- - ________
REPAIRS DONE? For Highway Illll Nest, Starke. :illR, 211, 1.1t. C/II&/V. ;
rim SALE: laxlt Attractive ;
: r.glot.rp..r. --- --- ------ brick, Barksdale home _
> fireplace, remodeled 804.5118{ TFchgRECONIBTINEI Ralph on
phone :.
.. large quirt ,
most site. In : garage area
mock.Ceil .
kitchens, baths, additionsgarage corner lot. complete modern kitchen, CH-A, 3 BR, 2 Baths.
In to see it we have your .. or enclosed SALE From : : ) AUTOMATIC Real Estate Save on gasl
10 to 40 - -
wile or come In and just carport,call Marcu Griff! Welch Phone acre 496.2232.Donald 12/2 WASHERS: 2 tttory frame house in -----

brown at The Office Shop. SUZUKI OF STARKE 473.2108.. .: .':.....lfn/chg---! TF/chg: Pleasant Grove, Phone 984- town,one. of the. older line. OVT DELAY Green Acres A love 3 BR, 2 B with CH&A and
- - - Your authorized Suzuki- 5076 days; after 2:30 phone with plenty of living area. BUY TOAnl\ !! all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway,

dealer. Phone 964-6020 164U( BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete HAY FOR SALE Arthur 98JJ469.J2162tpd1223SWEET!! - nice patio great neighborhood.
S. Walnut sharpening service Several. commercial lour choice of 5 to 265 acres. -----
HOMES |1301 South in on
FOR SALEnm'ou circular, hind carbide Gaskins, phone 782-3140. North
Starkej.ifn/cha! ; ___ chain mower blade hollow 12123. JI.! 1127.....__ POTATOES 301. payment of I'Lawtry to 20 Low down UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE com
ground and balanced. Leaveat $$3/bushel your containers; - balance.p year to pay mercial property consisting of a store and three lots
1975 KAWASAKI 550 :1 1 bath block on
: WIDE: MOBILE: $300 and take up payment. Jackson Building Supply LAYING HENS 19. 5/bushel graded without construction BR LR, Family . . near Kingsley Lake.
HOME: 1975 Eaton: Park Phone 964-6056. 12/232tchl Starke or Keystone Height young MBig Breed;" 3 pair miles your container. SR 16 5 Room In town. 1 to 10 acre Olf SR 100 -----

on 3 1 1/4 acre. Bay less High. 12/30. ____ TF/Chg... ___._____ pigeon and pen OH Bsyless phone went of 9fl4-301.9l2.AltonBoles 12/2 !South High and dry Low Owner financed -3BR IB cozy home on
way. (22.5UO terms or ---- Highway Phone 9648857. 9 acre' pasture land down payment Easy: monthly Cherry Street..You can walk everywhere from this

(18.500 rash Phone 9648699or SOFA& CHAIR SETS on 12/232tpd12/30_ !! _! 4tchg. ...12/23_ __ _______ reasonably priced just offSR terms. location.

!I.3727_ b6.:. _lt hg1223NrW _! SUZUKI Excellent ale at Dahmer'a Discount. 16, N.". of town. -----
condition (650 OI.'. TF/chg. ___ UNCLAIMED' LAYAWAY - CALL "The Land Man" Perfect lot to build on I SR 230 convenient to Starke
; HOME: Keystone Mobile Sale phone 964- Singer Future sewing THOMAS \ery nice large frame Anytime Country Club. Price negotiable.

Area Just Completed. 3 5606. 12/16 4tchg 1/6 GUNS FOR SALE 22'*, machine top of the line almost house on corner lot In town ---- .

Bedroom Bath.GE: Heat & ---------..---- 25'., and 3S's sold at Dan- like new. Wa Christ- REALTY 3BR. baths CII&I..ge R.\I.PIIBRYA.... Ideal I combination for home and business with flair I
Air. (onvenient location. mar's Uieounl, .' m..lay..w.y. left unclaimedand garage. [E Keultor
...! .! /chL_ Elegant brick home you won't want to miss.
Adam, phone 473 2056 or PERSONAL never picked up. Customer - 9618788 day or night,
473-I07.H. '1 1./chg SERVICE SARAH COVENTRY JEW left area. and we are 621 North Walnut St. 13.21)() acre tract high landon "..A'V"I --- !
ELRY Sale. opportunity. unable to locate. Originally Starke, Florida 32091 paved road Graham I Get your money's worth! 4 BR 2 baths, fully car I
S60O, aacrllice balance due 964 6162 area Terms.. peted CH&A. Brick LR DR. Kitchen, outside City
-- ---------- -
Call Erm Johns,964.5483 or (formerly A.J, Thomas NEED: : 1O MIKE HOMKLABrLS' ;
MOBILE: HOME FOR AIL TYPES KEYS m.d..t Annetla Braille 3724444. (28420 or need someone to - limits on one acre.
SALE: OR RENT: Park' OUn Mobile Home. 50 cent. assume SI2.70/monthly. Red Estate) 1.3.6 acre. homelte 4 Buy a Wymo ___ )
12/2. ..!!:L<.!!.' .______ maker from The I to
wood. two bedrooms. Leave each. Highway 100 Starke ,Phone 9647084. 12/23 2tpd mile \W.: of Starke." Label us at Gracious Demorest home on 1.75 acres adjacent
name and number for return phone 9b4.5606. TF/chg 12/30_ 301 South near SR 18 2 - Office. Shop. Starke Plaza
call, phone 964-6867. Itpd ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS -- acres with 125 feet road Frame house In town. 2 - - -- '
------- ------ -
12/16/ frontage. bedroom IK. Kit.. IR.ery Bessent Road attractive 3BR, 2 B home with
HOME REPAIRS Any Successful) living for people GIFTS Lovable, cooka-. - > reasonable. BOOTS BELTS CH&A LR. DR large den and even an office...ex
remodeling, roofs, new Busbies* opportunity -
type who want to help - BAGSVALLETS cellent location.
peeka-pooa. puppies, 7 __ __ _
addition, .work Corner building Call and
Portable concrete or themselves. Meeting. week old. 15. Hampton (.1:OIU.K ROBERTS JR. INDIAN MOCCASINS
painting. Free estimates. Thompson Streets. Just what you've been looking for Brick. 3 BR
Thursday/Sunday at 8 p.m. Lake phone 4681853. llpd Reg. Real Enta.e: Broker ALL LEATHER
phone 9646127. 11/18 - CH&A family LR DR fully
Phone 0645709. 9645134. 12/23 Phone SH4 7826 2' 2 Bath room

Utility Sheds IT/Chg: 4E.:! !.-_11/4. : .. 9tpd 1230SARAH ---------- Double wide mobile home OPEN) Satu.dav.11.. There are just two equipped kitchen with dining area laundry room

8x16) '7508x16 WILL BABYSIT with Infant COVENTRY offer CATTLE RACK for short on 5 acre* of land 3 BR, 2 Chriatm more shopping**. day until office, 2-car garage swimming! !! pooland fish pond.
Baths almost 1600
) Finished Inside '810 up to 3 yeara .old day or IuD and excitement while wheelbase. pickup 35. of living I squarefeet Are you a "do-it-yourselfer?" The Floyd Green
night. Have reference. you earn. Part time or lull Phone-782 3660.:_TF/chg_ lilA MOBILE HOME May we have. the home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea

Phone.9648310. Itchg. .12123 time opportunities. Contact - pleasure of serving you show place.

8x10) Finished. '595OLIN'S MOBIIE HOME MOVING Bert. or Harold Colston, 2 BLACK/WHITE TV'. 5 acre. ol high and dry PARK with your last minute gift -----
964 7927. 12/16 12" and 19", both In good election
phone 3tchg of the finest in
land 100-A.'
Also mobile. home hurricane on The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous, well-built
MOBILE HOME. 12/30 condition (40 each. Phone leather. ?
_______ - ImudeCityUmita
anchoring and mobile brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhousemade
Hwy IOOSIlrt.o, 9H4 )6Ofl home. roof construction, 4734777.:....!Itchg...2123__ Brick 3 BR. 2 Bath home (Walk Urailftml SqutII'eo..llr.hlLf'll to order. The best for the best!
Illin's) MOBILE Home STRETCH SEWING with .11/A.. 100' x 300') lot ( Dozens and dozen of .
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Service.' Phone. 96'.5606. CLASSES Register now MOTOR HOME 1972 outside city limit.. -11\ new style beautiful shirt
Slate' Road 16W and for January closes at 123 Open Road Chevy. chassis, Approved!! (.10 Per Month sized 14 to 19 short and WANTED: Home with 20.150 acres for family who

Traylor Landscaping Junction 213, Starke.. South Walnut Street. For 22 feet long, good condition. - /Ml City Conveniencesf long sleeve.. A perfect last loves horses.
more Information call Gloria 22.004) mile. Phone 964-oOTl 450' frontage on 301 ,Police.Protection minute !gift. Our selectionof -- -
& Nursery Tf/chg: on ____ Holmes, phone 964-6398. or 9647839. TF/chg outside. city limit. City f.w.W aler and Sewer boots and leather good Not too close not too fart 10 acres fenced pas

IZ/lOJtchg' J2/23 ._- Approaimatrly2acres. Jo-Lu Motel i 10 the largest and our Lure 3 BR block home with carpet and panelingand
30' boutti 01 Luwtey - prices are the loweat. 60
FOR SALE! Plckett pecan frees. Low taxes low maintenance ))
SCISSORS SHARPENED m Mobile. home lot. on SR 16
Template, Letteringguldea. -- -
MOW OPEN FOR General Regular and pinking. East: financing available! 964.8810 Thank you and please
use template
shears. - know it I I. our sincere wish Cecelia, T Terwi/fegar/ Realtor
.. Electronic Eloise: for 81 pair.
BusinessORNAMENTALS and Architectural. All lor STRETCH SEWING Lillian C Pearson 100' lake. frontage lots at that you and your have a '
.!\06 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Christmas and
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Crosby I Two lot.
& TROPICAL sale. at The Office Shop. SHOP, 123 South Walnut.
Phone 964.5764. 12/16 4tchg.' .1/6 ___ Real Estate available now. financing* happy healthy and
2 T Chg 12; 30 arranged.All i prosperous New lear
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LOTTS OF BEAUTY will be Like new, 24 x 60 double or part- -of-61-/2-acre on .. .. .. .,," Open 9 to 5 HOME PHONE 964.5145
open Monday through Friday wide Mil- Of,1101\.3 BR. 2 Closed Christmas and
during the holiday. bathe SR2I Keystone Height BI' i..t"I'etllh'al
The Folks storage financing Available! Sunday :.
Two operator to serve you. buildings, on oak shaded :sl.iU' llroker
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Phone 468 1197. 12/232t.hg lot 122,500.
} 12/30 F. Delano Thomas
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32 acre with fruit tree Reg. Real Estate: Broker. SIIOPLawtey. :
SKATE lor half-price neat 3 BR IB home *6* 6507 5S3.3110 Florida 321158I .
{ Dee.24,25 and 26: 7 to 9 and with family room SR l'S.1:! mil south ."t. t'I'

i 9 to 11 p..... Only fl. 301 100S $35900.- A....tlCI \TES: ll.impt'. Kl.i. 782 34110( i _'
South next to Bradford Judith Pl .
flynn I'lioin-IfiH-17:1 I( 1 ; : '''''' / "
Square.: _Itpd.12/23 2 RR aluminum siding 964.83IH I-=1

MAKE MONEY AT HOMEI-- garage home Morgan with separate Road Harold f;pp.9t4.d616. "nd./C./ HI-; Well Drilling ;; fj:

SSOO/Thousand stuffing (15.000. S eve Simmons !
) 2" thru 6"I y. .
v envelope free supplies: - 98-.SSSl -

proven! guaranteed. Send 8.7 acre 115.500 Arthur Bruno I Fast Rotary I yl-r.''h: '''''' -" .
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to Progressive Enterprises: 10 acre (13.900 Drilling Equipment
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Number. E, Oakland Calif. acre 1310' on "S BKVSCSGTONCadillacOld: STATE LICENSED .
94606 JlndlJL'j!?? 301 :North Ideal for sub ) mobile !! r .
____ divl.lon.T"01. 20 percent. SaleaoiServk-e" NOTICEGo. .

RENTAL: WITH OPTIONTO down 1 15 year at 8 1/2 Pint Selrchtm OfUtrtl Pumps

BUY: Need 3 or 4 bedroom percent interest. Zoned Can Taken On } .
ho..... Phone 9646937.UpdJ223 OR $56,500.LAWTEY .
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NAME BRAND HATCHES 5 a. SR 225! .E 17.500 GUNESVILLELONGCHAMP: : ', -in' $67 Sales-Parts-Service; We thank you for your patronage : JJ'1'
At L. K. Edwards I V. r '
RealtyWe from $11.95 up at Dah- - I I II and wish you a joyous
mere Discount.) 5 acre 660' on SR 125 j
.. ... ;. rF/chg- I E-Z TermsPlumbing I II "
Term. (9.000 I l ( holiday! !'i:?
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Wish You A A> ON CALLING To buyor 10 acres $12,500 3115160 TF i ?; '
Very sell Avon call 733.2X07 or - Q TIIt'TELEUAPHEMPLDYEES

write l.oma lyatt.. P.O. Box 20 A. 2 MH hook.up. hog

ChristmasAnd 220. Lake. City Florida. barn with .electric. water VIU Fit 1ft-V It 11I1 I,.- j New Installation j

Merry T.!/ L_-______ and concrete dab for
farrowing pig 30.000 htflftl-MI."I. i Remodeling
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A Special Thanks ForA guidee and card.. approximately' 20OO'on acre I'S Ant R. M-it7I I Repairs FOR HIRE

Everything you need for 301 1529 square feet 3 IDurrance

Successful First Year Of fixing a filing system. All for BR 2 bath 1114A brick. 11' 25 !t31o2; 17 !

sale at The Office Shop. barnfenced home 2 fireplace planted- !PUMPS & SUPPLY EM'I.JEIlI em hire cal) train MM
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* * * * * $195400- ..8 Shsei. S 6 II I I COMPANY IMIiy/l/ far .f ta half thdf norMal III"fl|

FOR RENT ASSOCIATES: 500 SheH Available II I 864 N Temple Ave. .

Charles and Lola Zlpperer. I &
Have ExpandedThis OLIN Starke ON-THE-JOB training
'" 964.7154 or 7823397: rr I I through

LOVELY' MOBILE HOME Lillian Pearson.REALTOR: : i MOBilE HOME I 964-7061 I Florida
Year With Three for Middle age couple only Home and Building L.-' your State
1123/moath. Inquire at Jo- I.aw lev, Florida ;MsterlalaWTBIILD -

Offices In The Lake RegionTo oo Lu 301 Motel South.and Trailer TF/chg Park 7N2:. .3NIM Employment Service can do

------------ 'Yiiur Plata Or Ole OLIN'SSUE( DIVISION this for !
Serve You BetterL.K.Edwards Your Lnt Or Ourt" you
OOaJOBULDING: : on SR 16 Blllllag Cut.e'' -FREF ESTIMATESRemudelng: :

and Morgan Road, 1250 p.r AlsikisOf Repain Olin's Subdivision Acn B. Lots 30" Per month.

III TF/chg month. Phone 96-1.9600 .9sUwi.....11..Or. "'ltl.. Additiun.11o..JIouaht. Water And Sewage Furni/shed For Information CONTACT: Devil. MtXnllrt

& Assoc. Inc. : --- -- H.. l.wuw0.a'' Sold Traded Call Mark Olin Olms Mol bile Homes Sales, 209 W. Call StUlt

4751269ra/ FURNISHED MENT 3 largo APART room. cii 471.U46 ACREAGE!%46853Huy. FOR SALE Hwy 16 W. 4 Morgan Rd. No Pets Please. ((014 CMrtlwMi) f fstill.

Keystone 473-2669 privet entrance, .... light 964-5606

and watar furnished. Inquireat Our I DiSha 301 Siiut/t,Stark. ., Fit.2Tcnat2,23 .
StarKe 964.5065 Melrose 603 East Washington Only Lie. & Bonde!d Mover Living In

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